Person    | Male  Born 3/9/1834  Died 8/5/1911

Samuel Knight

Categories: Architecture

Architect. Born Exeter. Knight was a captain in the Bloomsbury Rifles, which probably has something to do with the commission he was given to design their Drill Hall in 1882-3. Later he became an Honorary Major.

1891 - 1901 he lived at 7 Downe Terrace, Richmond Hill. Died at West Ham Union Infirmary, Leytonstone,

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Samuel Knight

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Drill Hall - foundation stone

This corner stone was laid by Lt Colonel S. Richards, commanding Bloomsbury R...

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