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William Lee and F. J. Smith

Categories: Architecture

William Lee and F. J. Smith

Architects active in 1882.

This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
William Lee and F. J. Smith

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Caxton Hall - foundation stone

The Town Hall Westminster This foundation stone was laid March 29th 1882 by t...

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Wash-house foundation stone

Seems likely that the F. J. Smith is the same architect as the one who built ...

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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
St James's Gardens, W11

St James's Gardens, W11

RBKC and British History Online have a lot of information about the creation of this square, with plans and drawings.

Place, Architecture, Property

2 memorials
Sir Charles A. Nicholson

Sir Charles A. Nicholson

Sir Charles Archibald Nicholson, 2nd Baronet, was an architect and designer who specialised in ecclesiastical buildings and war memorials. We wonder if he is the Nicolson in the architectural firm,...

Person, Architecture

1 memorial
Joseph Aloysius Hansom

Joseph Aloysius Hansom

Architect, founder/editor of The Builder and inventor of the Hansom cab.  Born York as Josephus Aloysius Handsom(e) into a Roman Catholic family.   Made a habit of snatching failure from the jaws o...

Person, Architecture, Transport

1 memorial
R. Wynn Owen

R. Wynn Owen

Reginald Wynn Owen was born in Wales. Worked for the London and North Western Railway. Our photo comes from an excellent family history website. Visit there for more info on Owen.

Person, Architecture, Wales

1 memorial