Person    | Male  Born 1843  Died /4/1919

John Johnson

Categories: Architecture

John Johnson

Architect. Born Hoxton. Our information comes from the Victorian Web which names many buildings that Johnson worked on.

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John Johnson

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Bermondsey Library - foundation stone

This public library was erected 1890-1. Commissioners: A. Lafone, MP - Chairm...

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Leyton Town Hall

Leyton Town Hall Grade II listed building, designed by John Johnson in a rich...

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Surbiton clock tower

{Plaque beneath a medallion of King Edward VII:} Coronation clock tower - a s...

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