Person    | Male  Born 14/2/1894  Died 1982

Owen Campbell-Jones

Categories: Architecture

Owen Campbell-Jones

Architect. Son of architect William Campbell Jones. Designed Bucklersbury House (demolished) and worked on what is now the City University in Northampton Square. Chairman of the Guildhall Reconstruction Committee in 1970.

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Owen Campbell-Jones

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Guildhall reconstruction

{Beneath the City of London crest:} Lt. Col. and Alderman Sir Ian Frank Bowat...

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Sir Charles Barry

Sir Charles Barry

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Walter H. Godfrey

Walter H. Godfrey

Walter Hindes Godfrey was born on 2 August 1881, the eldest of the six children of Walter Scott Godfrey (1855-1936) and Gertrude Annie Godfrey née Rendall (1855-1922). His birth was registered in t...

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James Burford

James Burford

Architect. Active in 1921.

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H. Reginald Ross

H. Reginald Ross

Architect for the restoration of Bishop Wood's Almshouses in 1930.  Designed a number of modernist pubs.

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Kingswood House

Kingswood House

A Grade II listed building formerly known as Kings Coppice. It may have taken its name from Edward King who was a tenant of Dulwich manor in the sixteenth century. Between 1811 and 1814, William Vi...

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