Person    | Male  Born 30/8/1697  Died 25/2/1769

Henry Flitcroft

Categories: Architecture

Architect.  His London work includes: church of St Giles in the Fields. Lord Burlington was his patron. Died at his Hampstead home.

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Henry Flitcroft

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St Olaf House - plaque

The "recreation ground in Tanner Street, SE1" is Tanner Street Park.

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