Person    | Male  Born 13/7/1811  Died 27/3/1878

Sir George Gilbert Scott

Categories: Architecture

Architect. Born in Gawcott, Buckinghamshire. Often styled 'Sir Gilbert Scott'. His London work includes: St Giles' Church in Camberwell, St Mary Abbots in Kensington, the Albert Memorial in Kensington Gardens, the Hotel at St Pancras and the Foreign Office in Whitehall. Grandfather of Sir Giles Gilbert Scott. 1849 appointed Surveyor to Westminster Abbey, which led to a lot of work there. Died at his son's home where he was living, Courtfield House, Collingham Road, Kensington.

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Sir George Gilbert Scott

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Sir George Gilbert Scott

Sir George lived here 1856 - 1864.

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Vaughan Library

The Vaughan Library Designed by Sir George Gilbert Scott, this library was bu...

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Sir George Gilbert Scott

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Albert Memorial - Prince Albert

The bronze statue of Albert was originally gilded but this was removed in WW1...

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George V statue

Unveiled by George VI and we thank Jamie Davis for finding this link to the B...

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Westminster School - old boys fallen in Crimean War & Indian Rebellion

The inscription was written by the Rev. T. W. Weare, Under-Master of Westmins...

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Robert Atkinson & A. F. B. Anderson

Robert Atkinson & A. F. B. Anderson

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1 memorial
Edward W. Godwin

Edward W. Godwin

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1 memorial
Herbert Arthur Welch

Herbert Arthur Welch

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2 memorials
James Robb Scott

James Robb Scott

Architect. Born Glasgow. Also designed Richmond station. In addition to the information contained in his biography on the Scottish Architects website, he was shown in the April 1891 census as a sc...

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2 memorials