Person    | Male  Born 1673  Died 16/11/1751

George Graham

Categories: Craft / Design

Horologist (clockmaker) and maker of scientific instruments. Born near Carlisle. Joined the Tompion household and workshop in about 1696, married Tompion's niece in 1704 and was taken into partnership in 1711, inheriting the business on Tompion's death in 1713.
Probably died at his premises in Fleet Street. Buried in Westminster Abbey.

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George Graham

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Clockmakers

On this site lived two famous clockmakers, Thomas Tompion, F.R.S. "the father...

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Craft School - Globe Road

Craft School - Globe Road

We have found some very interesting information about this School. It grew out of the Ring and Rose Club. The architect F. W. Troup was art adviser and governor. It was closely associated with the ...

Group, Craft / Design, Education

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Essex House - E3

Essex House - E3

In 1891 C. R. Ashbee moved the workshops of the Guild of Handicraft from 34 Commercial Street to Essex House, at 401 Mile End Road, an early eighteenth-century mansion. The guild prospered at Essex...

Building, Craft / Design, Property

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R. Townsend

R. Townsend

Carpenter at St Pauls in 1979.

Person, Craft / Design

1 memorial
Birchin Lane drapers

Birchin Lane drapers

From Stow: "...Birchin Lane. . . . This lane, and the High Street, near adjoining, hath been inhabited for the most part with wealthy drapers; from Birchin Lane ... in the reign of Henry VI., had y...

Group, Commerce, Craft / Design

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Naomi Hope

Naomi Hope

Mosaic artist active in 2012.  Andrew Behan has provided the following research: former artist at Southbank Mosaics C.I.C. from October 2007 to May 2013. She has subsequently worked at King's Coll...

Person, Craft / Design, Australia

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