Person    | Male  Born 3/9/1860  Died 9/4/1948

William Bateman Fagan

Categories: Sculpture

William Bateman Fagan

Born Bermondsey. Andrew Behan's researches have found that when he was baptised on 7 April 1872 at St Mary Newington Church, Lambeth his date of birth was recorded as 3 September 1860. Lots of interesting information shown on Mapping Sculpture, but I have also found that he was married on 7 September 1899 at St Mary Boltons Church, West Brompton to Bessie Maud Christian Smith who lived at Northgate House, Devizes, Wiltshire. She died on 1 March 1932 when they were living at 40 Onslow Gardens, South Kensington. He died, aged 87 years, on 9 April 1948 at 143 Old Church Street, Chelsea and had been residing at the time at 21 Beaufort Mansions, Chelsea.

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William Bateman Fagan

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Faraday on the ICI building entrance doors

These doors are in the centre of the river frontage of the building. Mapping...

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Derwent Wood

Derwent Wood

Sculptor. Born Francis Derwent Wood at Eskin Place, Caslerigg, St John's, Keswick, Cumberland. His family moved to Switzerland and then Germany, where he studied and became proficient in three lang...

Person, Sculpture, Germany, Scotland, Switzerland

3 memorials
Eric Kennington

Eric Kennington

Artist and sculptor. Born Chelsea.  Served on the Western Front in WW1 and was invalided out in June 1915.

Person, Sculpture

1 memorial
Fred (Fritz) Kormis

Fred (Fritz) Kormis

Sculptor and medallist. Born Frankfurt, Germany. From the very informative West Hampstead Life: "Fritz was fourteen when he began an apprenticeship in a workshop specializing in decorative sculptu...

Person, Sculpture, Germany

1 memorial
Fredda Brilliant

Fredda Brilliant

Polish actor and sculptor. 1924 emigrated with her parents to Australia. Moved to New York and then while in Moscow in 1935 married Herbert Marshall and changed her name to his.  1937 they moved to...

Person, Cinema, Sculpture, Theatre, Australia, Poland

1 memorial