Architect. Jointly responsible for the Institut Francais in Kensingotn (1939), in Art Nouveau style.
Architect and author. Son of a Dean of Lincoln. His buildings included Newnham Collge, Cambridge and the Rylands Memorial Library, Manchester. Locally he was resonsible for St Luke’s Kidderpore Avenue, and another St Luke’s in Kentish Town. In 1881 he built Hall Oak, Frognal Lane, for himself and he died here aged 92. He married…
Church architect. In 1912 enlarged Parish Church with new Choir Vestry and Lady Chapel extension. Articled to George Gilbert Scott Jnr, and later his assistant.
Son of a Durham joiner, who became personal assistant to Sir George Gilbert Scott for 25 years. His son, qv, was a stained glass maker.
FRIBA. Architect (inter alia), of St Luke’s, Deptford (1872),.
Wife of architect T.K. Green (1831 – 1916),, whose gothic designs still liven up the Arkwright Road area. He built the eccentric 2 Ellerdale Road for himself about 1890.
FRIBA. Architect. Won competition to design/ build new Freemasons Hall, Holborn (1931-3),. Other works included French Bank in London, various housing schemes, hospitals, etc. Designed 20 Frognal Gardens for himself c.1926. Churchwarden of Parish Church, rebuilt Moreland Hall and designed the columbarium.
FSA. Architect. Fellow of Jesus College, Cambridge, son of Sir George, father of Sir Giles. Restored several Oxbridge colleges. Associated with Bodley & Garner, and Watts & Co., producing pre-Raphaelite church fittings. His youngest son, Adrian (died 1963), was also an archiect (eg of St Albans, GoldersGreen),. In 1930 he designed for himself Shepherd’s Well,…
Architect, of Keppel Street, Russell Square. Executed works at Arundel Castle, the synagogue near the Haymarket, and the Westminster Bridewell ‘DNB’.