Person    | Male  Born 30/1/1839  Died 2/3/1902

John Francis Bentley

Categories: Architecture

Church architect. Born Doncaster. The neo-Byzantine Westminster Cathedral is his master work. Other major work in London: Sacred Heart High School at Hammersmith: St Marys at Cadogan Street; Our Lady of the Holy Souls at Bosworth Road in Kensal New Town; Corpus Christi Catholic Church, Brixton. Died at home, Old Town, Clapham.

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John Francis Bentley

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John Francis Bentley

John Francis Bentley, 1839-1902, architect, lived here. London County Council

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