Person    | Male  Born 23/12/1682  Died 5/8/1754

James Gibbs

Categories: Architecture

Countries: Scotland

Architect, pupil of Wren. Born Aberdeen. Died at home in Henrietta Street. Buried at old parish Church of St Marylebone.

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James Gibbs

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Old Church Garden - burials

The right-most of 3 plaques on the back wall of the garden.

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Old Church Garden - facts

The left-most of 3 plaques on the back wall of the garden.

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St Clement Danes

St. Clement Danes Built by the Danish community in the ninth century and rebu...

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Kennington Palace

Kennington Palace

Royal Palace. Records of the time indicate that Edward the Black Prince was building at Kennington from the early 1340s until about 1350. Between 1353 and 1363 further work took place and some of t...

Building, Architecture

1 memorial
Sir Albert Richardson

Sir Albert Richardson

Architect. Born London. Our picture shows him as 'professor' in 1956.  Apart from post-war restorations his main work in London is Bracken House, the first post-war listed building.

Person, Architecture

3 memorials
George Dance the younger

George Dance the younger

Architect. Son of the architect George Dance the Elder, one of the 4 original members of the Royal Academy, he designed Newgate Prison and St Luke's Hospital. John Soane was his pupil. We have see...

Person, Architecture, Art

4 memorials
Royal School of Naval Architecture

Royal School of Naval Architecture

Established in South Kensington on the site now occupied by the V&A Museum.

Group, Architecture, Education

1 memorial
John Elger

John Elger

Architect, master builder and speculative developer. Active in London and Bedford.  From British History: "... a Bedford carpenter's son who had made his name in the 1820s and '30s as a speculative...

Person, Architecture, Property

1 memorial