Person    | Male  Born 15/3/1791  Died 4/1/1871

Lewis Vulliamy

Categories: Architecture

Lewis Vulliamy

Architect, also sometimes named as Louis Vulliamy. Born Pall Mall, into a family of clockmakers. Uncle to architect George John Vulliamy. Designed a good number of churches and other buildings, many in London - See Wikipedia for a list. Died Clapham Common.

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Lewis Vulliamy

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St James's Gardens - construction

Gosh, there was a time when this area suffered from a 'shortage of funds'!

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John Scott Russell

John Scott Russell

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Sir Ernest George

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Denys Lasdun

Denys Lasdun

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1 memorial