Person    | Male  Born 1/9/1857  Died 25/2/1938

William Douglas Caroe

Categories: Architecture

Countries: Cyprus, Denmark

Born near Liverpool, son of the Danish Consul. Became an architect in the Arts and Crafts style, specialising in churches. The splendid 1 Millbank was built for the Church Commissioners in 1903. Died at a house he had built in Cyprus, where he spent the winter months.

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William Douglas Caroe

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Harrow on the Hill war memorial

Names are inscribed on the vertical faces of the 4 steps leading up to the pl...

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Bow Road Railway Station

Bow Road Railway Station

The authoritative-looking picture source website gives the date of opening as 4 April 1892 (contradicting the plaque) and the closing date as 1949 for passengers and 1962 finally.

Building, Architecture, Transport

1 memorial
Wilfred Mangan

Wilfred Mangan

Architect. Born Wilfred Clarence Mangan. He worked extensively in the Portsmouth diocese, and was an enthusiast for round-arched, predominantly Byzantine, styles which were highly popular for Roman...

Person, Architecture, Ireland

1 memorial
C. T. Fulcher, OBE

C. T. Fulcher, OBE

Architect and Borough Surveyor for Shoreditch in 1949.

Person, Architecture

1 memorial
Adam brothers

Adam brothers

The four Adam brothers: John (1721-1792, born Edinburgh), Robert - the important one, James and William, (1738-1822, suicide) together designed classical buildings. Father was an architect. Ini...

Group, Architecture, Property, Scotland

1 memorial
Derek Lovejoy & Partners

Derek Lovejoy & Partners

Architects and landscape designers.

Group, Architecture

2 memorials