Architect. His London work includes: church of St Giles in the Fields. Lord Burlington was his patron. Died at his Hampstead home.
Person | Male Born 30/8/1697 Died 25/2/1769
This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
St Olaf House - plaque
The "recreation ground in Tanner Street, SE1" is Tanner Street Park.
Edward Welby Pugin
Architect. Born Ramsgate, son of Augustus Welby. Designed Catholic churches in the neo-Gothic style. Surviving works in London: St Monica's and English Martyrs in Prescot Street E1. Died at ho...
Architect. Born Manchester. In partnership with Paull 1873-7.
Harry W. Ford
Born Harry Wharton Ford. Architect to the District Railway from 1900-11 and designed a number of stations on the District Line including: Earl's Court, Barons Court, Hammersmith and Walham Green. ...
Architect of 10, South Street, Finsbury. Was an Associate of the Royal Institute of British Architects from 1874. Cheshire Street is just around the corner from Church House. From Hackney "Nos. 2 ...
Architect. His father and grandfather were both architects with the name Thomas Hardwick. Hardwick married Julia Shaw, sister of John Shaw, also from a family of architects. Their son, Philip C...