1860 – Hartley Institution, Southampton, Hampshire
The University of Southampton was founded by Henry Robinson Hartley, the son of a Southampton wine merchant,
1860 – Elvetham Hall, Hampshire
The original Elizabethan house no longer exists having burned down in 1840. Design published in The Building News,
1884 – Littlecroft, New Forest, Hampshire
“Littlecroft is a house and studio now building in the New Forest for Mr.
1888 – Central Chambers, Bournemouth, Hampshire
1883 – Soldiers Home & Institute, Aldershot, Hampshire
1885 – Unity Church, Bournemouth, Hampshire
1900 – House at Farnborough, Hampshire
Published in The Building News, August 31st, 1900.
1901 – Bournemouth Schools, Hampshire
“This school has been built at a cost of £9,000 by funds provided by the Bournemouth Corporation aided by a grant from the County Council of Hampshire.
1899 – House at Fleet, Hampshire
“This house has been designed by Messrs. Hall, Cooper, and Davis, architects, of Westminster and Scarborough.