Group    From 1868 

Kingerlee and Sons

Categories: Architecture, Commerce

Builders. An unusual name, so we are assuming that this is the company founded by Thomas Henry Kingerlee, a plumber from Banbury. He moved to Oxford where he established a thriving business, undertaking building works for a variety of customers and developing new homes for the expanding city.

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

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Kingerlee and Sons

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Bow Library

{On the central plaque:} This stone was laid by J. Passmore Edwards Esq 19 Oc...

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John Loudon

John Loudon

Garden and cemetery designer, city planner. Born Scotland as John Claudius Loudon. Studied biology, botany and agriculture. Came to London in 1803. His many publications include: Observations on La...

Person, Architecture, Gardens / Agriculture, Scotland

1 memorial
W. H. Gunton

W. H. Gunton

Architect. Photo shows another work of Gunton's in London, "The exterior of Jacob's biscuit factory on Dockhead, Bermondsey. The building still exists, renamed The Italian Building, and with a furt...

Person, Architecture

1 memorial
Lewis Angell

Lewis Angell

Architect, engineer, surveyoy active in 1884-1901, at least. Surveyor to the West Ham Local Board. First president of the Institution of Municipal Engineers formed in 1873. Also designed the 1894 l...

Person, Architecture

1 memorial