Person    | Male  Born 6/3/1829  Died 30/10/1899

Sir Arthur Blomfield

Categories: Architecture

Architect, born Arthur Wiliam Blomfield, at Fulham Palace, the son of the Bishop of London. Specialised in church architecture, e.g. St Mary's Parish Hall, Crawford Street. Also designed the Royal College of Music, the Bank of England and the Bethnal Green settlement Oxford House. Died suddenly at the Royal Societies Club, 63, St James's Street. Reginald Blomfield was his nephew.

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Sir Arthur Blomfield

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Parish Hall, St Mary's Bryanston Square

The Parish Hall, St Mary's, Bryanston Square. This stone was laid by H. R. H...

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Wellclose Square, E1

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Cecil Edward Worlledge Duncan-Jones

Cecil Edward Worlledge Duncan-Jones

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Sebastopol fortifications

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1 memorial