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UK architects

27 August 2009

Adams, Alfred J. (1838-)

Alfred J Adams was born c.1838 and is recorded as being Scottish, but nothing is yet known of his early years. He may have been an assistant of John James Stevenson and Edward...

27 August 2009

Ingress Bell, Edward (1837-1914)

Edward Ingress Bell was born in 1837 and apprenticed to his father who was a civil engineer. He was in partnership with H V Bacon from 1860 and had extensive experience having worked...

24 August 2009

Devey, George (1820-86)

George Devey (1820-1886) was a British architect, born in London, the second son of Frederick and Ann Devey. Devey was educated in London, after leaving school he initially studied art, with an ambition...

24 August 2009

St. Aubyn, James Piers (1815-95)

St. Aubyn was born at Powick Vicarage, Worcestershire, in the English Midlands, the home of his maternal grandfather, on 6 April 1815. He was the second son of the Rev. Robert Thomas St...

24 August 2009

Knill Freeman, Richard (1838-1904)

Richard Knill Freeman was born in 1838 or 1839 and practised in Bolton, Greater Manchester from 1865, initially in partnership with George Cunliffe and after 1871 alone. He later became Diocesan Surveyor for...

07 August 2009

William Venn Gough (1842-1918)

William Venn Gough was born in Frome in Somerset in 1841 or 1842 and was baptised on 26 September ot the latter year. He practised as an architect in Bristol, generally working for...

06 August 2009

Coad, Richard (1825-1900)

Richard Coad was born in Liskeard, Cornwall on 13 February 1825. He was articled to Henry Rice of Liskeard and subsequently worked as assistant to Sir George Gilbert Scott from 1847 to 1864....

05 August 2009

Driver, Charles Henry (1832-1900)

Charles Henry Driver was born on 23 March 1832. He practised in London, working with Sir Joseph William Bazalgette. Driver died on 27 October 1900.

29 July 2009

Streatfeild, Granville Edward Stewart (1869-1947)

Granville Edward Stewart Streatfeild (1869-1947) was born in Howick, Northumberland. His brother, W.C. Streatfeild, was vicar of Eastbourne and briefly Bishop of Lewes. The spelling of the name seems to be correct, though...