Person    | Male  Born 30/3/1825  Died 24/10/1903

James Brooks

Categories: Architecture

James Brooks

Architect. Born at Hartford, Berkshire. He specialised in designing churches, particularly in London's East End. His father, John was a gentleman farmer in Hattford, who later moved to Wantage. John founded and funded St Stephen's School, W2 but we don't know if he employed his son James as architect.

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