Person    | Male  Born 1853  Died 1931

Frederick Wheeler

Categories: Architecture

Frederick Wheeler

Architect, born Brixton. FRIBA, active 1900. See London Details for the studios he designed on Talgarth Road. Wikipedia refers to a number of London buildings designed by Wheeler, many in South London.

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Frederick Wheeler

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Lauderdale Road Synagogue - Halford

This design was used repeatedly to commemorate the dead of the City of London...

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Croydon Parish Church

Croydon Parish Church

It was first mentioned in a will of about 960 A.D. In its final medieval form, it was mainly a perpendicular-style structure of the late 14th and early 15th-century. It was gutted by fire in1867 an...

Building, Architecture, Religion

1 memorial
Stamford Street Unitarian Chapel

Stamford Street Unitarian Chapel

Built to house two congregations which had united following the loss of their chapels: Princes Street, Westminster and St. Thomas's Street, Southwark. In 1897 the congregation of the Blackfriars Mi...

Building, Architecture, Religion

1 memorial
St George's Tufnell Park

St George's Tufnell Park

We are as certain as can be, that this church in Tufnell Park Road is the St George's whose Band of Mercy was the donor of the drinking fountain at Limehouse Station.  Designed by George Truefitt f...

Place, Architecture, Religion

1 memorial
South London Hospital for Women

South London Hospital for Women

Hospital for women and children. Founded by surgeons Eleanor Davies-Colley and Maud Chadburn. Throughout its existence, it was staffed by women only. The original building was designed by Sir Edwin...

Building, Architecture, Medicine

2 memorials