Person    | Male  Born 13/6/1839  Died 8/12/1922

Sir Ernest George

Categories: Architecture

Architect. Born 9 Portland Place, now Bartholomew Street, SE1. His partnership with Harold Peto was extremely successful. They designed many of the houses in Harrington and Collingham Gardens including 39 Harrington Gardens for W. S. Gilbert. Other London work: The Royal Exchange Buildings on Cornhill, Royal Academy of Music in Marylebone Road, Southwark Bridge. Died at home, 71 Palace Court, Bayswater.

2023: Spitalfields Life has a whole post about George's London etchings. 

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Sir Ernest George

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Sir Ernest George - SE1

Sir Ernest George (1839 - 1922), architect, lived here. Southwark Council 

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Sir Ernest George - SW1

Built by Sir Ernest George, Royal Academician, President Royal Institute of B...

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Henry Lofts

Henry Lofts erected this fountain without naming anyone he wished to commemor...

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PP - 3A - Griffin

Thomas Griffin, fitters labourer, April 12, 1899, in a boiler explosion at a ...

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Southwark Bridge opened

{Beneath the 'bridge mark' of the Bridge House Estates and above the City of ...

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William Jefferies Collins

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Northumberland House - St Martin's le Grand

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James Morton Lethbridge

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