Waller, Frederick Sandham (1822-1905)

A British architect and antiquarian of Gloucester, where he was the resident architect to the dean and chapter of Gloucester Cathedral. He began his career in the office of the civil engineer and county surveyor for Gloucestershire, Thomas Fulljames (1808-1874), with whom he worked in partnership, 1846-1870; Fulljames proposed him as a Fellow of the Royal Institute of British Architects in 1856. From 1873 to his retirement in 1900/01, F.S. Waller, as he was always called, was in partnership with his son, Frederick William Waller (1848″”1933), who had trained in his office as Waller & Son.

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