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William Leverton

William Leverton

Architect, builder and surveyor. Churchwarden at St Giles Church in 1800.

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William Leverton

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Leverton arch

This 1800 arch was designed by one of the churchwardens at the time, Leverton...

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Orange Street Chapel

Orange Street Chapel

Also known as the Leicester Fields chapel. Founded by Huguenot refugees who fled from France at the time of the Revocation of the Edict of Nantes. Occupied: - 1693-1776 by the Huguenots, - 1776-1...

Building, Architecture, Religion

3 memorials
Lanesborough House

Lanesborough House

Built by James Lane, 2nd Viscount Lanesborough.  Converted into a hospital in 1733.  Three-storey, red brick simple design.  Wings were later added to the structure by architect Isaac Ware.  Demoli...

Building, Architecture

2 memorials
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
Hyde Park Conduit House

Hyde Park Conduit House

A building that housed an ancient spring supplying water to Westminster Abbey. The right to use this was granted by King Edward the Confessor. This right ceased temporarily at the Reformation, but ...

Building, Architecture, Food & Drink

1 memorial
Gravesend Pier

Gravesend Pier

Designed by William Tierney Clark. During its early years it was used by millions of passengers, but by the turn of the century, it had fallen into disuse owing to the arrival of the railways. A Gr...

Building, Architecture

1 memorial