Person    | Male  Born 14/3/1827  Died 21/10/1907

George Frederick Bodley

Categories: Architecture

Ecclesiastical architect. Born Hull. George Gilbert Scott was his brother-in-law's brother and encouraged him to take up architecture and took him on as his first pupil. Initially practiced in Brighton and then moved to London in 1855. Died at Water Eaton, Oxford.

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George Frederick Bodley

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George Frederick Bodley

English Heritage George Frederick Bodley, 1827 - 1907, architect, lived here...

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Holy Trinity Church - SW7

The plaque does not make it clear that the early history all took place at an...

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George Frederick Bodley

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Cardinal Newman - statue

On the wall of the Oratory behind there are two sculptured plaques with flowe...

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