Person    | Male  Born 1628  Died 1678

Joshua Marshall

Joshua Marshall

King Charles II’s Master Mason. Also worked on St Paul's Cathedral and the Temple Bar and did much work in the rebuilding of the City after the Great Fire. Born and died London.

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Joshua Marshall

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Charles I statue

Made in 1633 during Charles I's reign, London’s oldest bronze statue was inte...

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Sydney Perks

Sydney Perks

Sydney Perks FRIBA, FSA, was born on 2 January 1864 in Westminster, one of the eight children of Charles Perks (1807-1871) and Emily Marian Perks née Warner (1827-1919). On 22 January 1864 he was b...

Person, Architecture

2 memorials
Walter Maxted Epps, FRIBA

Walter Maxted Epps, FRIBA

Both the booklets Changing Times: The Broadway, Bexleyheath, 1812-1912 and Changing Times: 100 years of the Broadway, Bexleyheath, 1912-2012 inform us that Epps was a local resident. As well as des...

Person, Architecture

1 memorial
Sir Charles James Freake

Sir Charles James Freake

Architect, builder and patron of the arts.

Person, Architecture, Benefactor, Property

1 memorial
Trinity Church New York

Trinity Church New York

Also known as Trinity Wall Street, the current building is the third to occupy the site. In 1697 King William III granted the church a charter which gave it the same privileges as the church of St ...

Building, Architecture, Religion, USA

1 memorial
Benjamin Wyatt

Benjamin Wyatt

Baptized at St Marylebone. Designed the Drury Lane Theatre. Died, unmarried, in Stanhope Street, York Place, Regent's Park, leaving everything to his long-time servant, Martha.

Person, Architecture

1 memorial