Person    | Male  Born 27/4/1867  Died 4/3/1949

Sir Charles A. Nicholson

Categories: Architecture

Sir Charles Archibald Nicholson, 2nd Baronet, was an architect and designer who specialised in ecclesiastical buildings and war memorials. We wonder if he is the Nicolson in the architectural firm, active in 1910, Waring and Nicholson.

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Sir Charles A. Nicholson

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St Barnabas Woodford Green war memorial

In the inscription "they gave their lives" is given as a quotation but its so...

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Adams, Holden and Pearson

Adams, Holden and Pearson

Architectural partnership. 1899 Charles Holden joined H. Percy Adams' practice and became a partner in 1907. In 1913 Lionel Pearson became a partner. Their designs include 55 Broadway, the headquar...

Group, Architecture

5 memorials
Thomas Neale MP

Thomas Neale MP

Entrepreneur, the organiser of England's first lottery. Known as 'The Great Projector' although the layout of the Seven Dials area is his only surviving London project. Neal Street and Neal's Yard...

Person, Architecture, Politics & Administration

1 memorial
Sir Basil Spence

Sir Basil Spence

Architect. Born Basil Urwin Spence in Bombay. He studied at the Edinburgh College of Art, where he won many prizes. His most famous work is probably the new Coventry cathedral which was completed i...

Person, Architecture, India

1 memorial
John Knight

John Knight

Architect. We only have some ideas about who this might be, from Charles Saumarez Smith. In 1862 he may be the J. McKenzie Knight who designed the lovely Vestry Hall in Bancroft Road E1, and is now...

Person, Architecture

1 memorial
James Edmeston

James Edmeston

Architect and prolific writer of church hymns (nearly 2000!). Born Wapping. Died Homerton where he was a church warden at St. Barnabas.

Person, Architecture, Music / songs, Religion

1 memorial