Person    | Male  Born 1864  Died 1926

Herbert Huntly-Gordon

Categories: Architecture, Property

Herbert Huntly-Gordon

Architect and speculative builder. Worked closely with the manufacturers Doulton and Company to produce a rough-faced terracotta for this type of neo-renaissance architectural decoration. Ornamental Passions has spotted more of his lovely terracotta work at 123 Cannon Street and St Bartholomew House, Fleet Street. Unhappily married as salaciously reported in the Wanganui Chronicle, Volume L, Issue 12768, 27 June 1911, Page 6 , a New Zealand paper.

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Herbert Huntly-Gordon

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Hugh Myddelton's house

This integral plaque is on the corner between the ground and first floor wind...

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Holman & Goodrham

Holman & Goodrham

Architects active in 1912.  George Edward Holman (1862-1921/2) and Henry Robert Goodrham (1863-1937).  More about them at Lea Bridge Heritage.   We believe we have "Goodrham" correctly spelt but o...

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John Shaw, Jnr.

John Shaw, Jnr.

Born 25 Great James Street, Holborn. Father who was also an architect designed St Dunstans in the West. Junior also worked on St Dunstans but the building next door, number 187, is Junior's own. He...

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Walter H. Godfrey

Walter H. Godfrey

Walter Hindes Godfrey was born on 2 August 1881, the eldest of the six children of Walter Scott Godfrey (1855-1936) and Gertrude Annie Godfrey née Rendall (1855-1922). His birth was registered in t...

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John Pollard Seddon

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Joshua Marshall

Joshua Marshall

King Charles II’s Master Mason. Also worked on St Paul's Cathedral and the Temple Bar and did much work in the rebuilding of the City after the Great Fire. Born and died London.

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