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William Reddall

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Architect of 10, South Street, Finsbury. Was an Associate of the Royal Institute of British Architects from 1874.

Cheshire Street is just around the corner from Church House. From Hackney "Nos. 2 to 38 (even) Cheshire Street - This is a row of brick terraced houses dating from around 1870, probably designed by William Reddall." Whereas Edith's Streets writes "8-38 a very complete terrace with integral shop fronts built c. 1870-2 by Reddall & Cumber. The regularity of the design has been emphasised during refurbishment in 1991 by Building Design Prospect."

This section lists the memorials created by the subject on this page:
William Reddall

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St Matthias Church House

The names on this plaque are difficult to read so take our transcription as t...

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Henry Wilson (art)

Henry Wilson (art)

Architect, jeweller and designer. A leading figure in the British Arts & Crafts movement. Born near Liverpool. Trained with and worked in John Sedding's practice. Taught at the Central School ...

Person, Architecture, Craft / Design

1 memorial
Stephen Geary

Stephen Geary

Architect.  He designed the Egyptian Avenue and the Terrace Catacombs in Highgate Cemetery.

Person, Architecture

1 memorial
Rodney Gordon

Rodney Gordon

Architect.  Graduated from the Architectural Association School in 1957. His first job at the London County Council Architects department was to design this London Underground substation, dedicated...

Person, Architecture

1 memorial
Savoy Palace

Savoy Palace

British History Online informs that a house was "built by ... Simon de Montfort, Earl of Leicester, in 1245; but in the thirtieth year of Henry III. it was granted by the king to Peter, Count of Sa...

Building, Architecture

4 memorials