Person    | Male  Born 20/5/1819  Died 21/5/1887

Sir Horace Jones

Categories: Architecture

Architect. Born 15 Size Lane, Bucklersbury, EC4. Did a lot of work in the City, at Guildhall and Smithfield, Billingsgate, Leadenhall Markets, the Guildhall School of MusicTower Bridge. Died at home at 30 Devonshire Place.

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Sir Horace Jones

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Leadenhall Market

Leadenhall Market The meat and fish Market first occupied a series of courts,...

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Smithfield Clock

The words come from a very dull modern plaque attached to the railings. Lond...

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Temple Bar memorial

{On the frieze at the top of the monument, above the columns, text runs aroun...

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Victoria's Golden Jubilee - Tower Bridge

Although it doesn't specifically say, this is the foundation stone for Tower ...

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Sir Horace Jones

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Temple Bar memorial

{On the frieze at the top of the monument, above the columns, text runs aroun...

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Queen's Head Inn, Southwark

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Charles Holden

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