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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Hugh Myddelton's house

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