Person    | Male  Born 1788  Died 1863

Charles Robert Cockerell

Categories: Architecture, History

Architect and antiquary, Born London. Educated at Westminster. Harrow Old Schools was his first building.

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Charles Robert Cockerell

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Charles Cockerell

English Heritage C. R. Cockerell, 1788 - 1863, architect and antiquary, live...

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Old Schools

The Old Schools This is the original building at Harrow, finished in 1615 an...

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Charles Fitzroy Doll

Charles Fitzroy Doll

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Sir Arthur Blomfield

Sir Arthur Blomfield

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1 memorial
James Knowles

James Knowles

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1 memorial
F. M. Elgood

F. M. Elgood

Architect.  Other London work: 8-10 Wigmore Street - 1896 and 34 Weymouth Street - 1908.  1904-17 a member of the Ruislip-Northwood Urban District Council, on which he served as chairman.

Person, Architecture

1 memorial
Henry Holland

Henry Holland

Architect. Born Church Row, Fulham, to an architect father, also Henry. Laid out sections of Knightsbridge and Chelsea, including Sloane Square. Also built the original Brighton Pavilion, although ...

Person, Architecture

1 memorial