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Thomas Allom (1804–1872) by Thomas Carrick, 1846 private collection

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Allom, Thomas (1804–1872), architect and artist, was born on 13 March 1804 at Lambeth, the second of the two children of Thomas Allom (1770–1840), a coachman, and his wife, Martha Rampley (1771–1861), who were both originally from Suffolk. He was articled to the architect ...

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Burnet, Sir John James (1857–1938), architect, was born in Glasgow on 31 March 1857, the youngest of the three sons of John Burnet (1814–1901), a successful architect, and his formidable wife, Elizabeth Hay Bennet. He was educated at the Western Academy, Glasgow, and at ...

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Horder, Percy Richard Morley (1870–1944), architect, was born at Torquay on 18 November 1870, the eldest son of William Garrett Horder, Congregational minister and hymnologist, and his wife, Mary Annie Morley. He was educated at the City of London School, and was then articled in the office of ...

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Lockwood, Henry Francis (1811–1878), architect, was born on 18 September 1811 in Doncaster, Yorkshire, the son of Joseph Lockwood, alderman and principal of a successful building company, and his wife, Susan, née Day. The family were members of the Congregational church and Joseph Lockwood's...

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Maxwell, James (1838–1893), architect, was born on 14 June 1838 at George Street, Haslingden, Lancashire, the only child of Thomas Maxwell (1798–1871), builder, plumber, and glazier, and his second wife, Mary (1799–1858), daughter of Henry Holden and his wife, Judith. Maxwell attended Whalley grammar school...

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James Maxwell (1838–1893) by J. Evans Eccles © Bury Art Gallery and Museum, Greater Manchester, UK

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McKellar, John Campbell (1859–1941), architect and builder, was born on 1 November 1859 in Glasgow, the son of Robert McKellar, bleacher, dyer, and property developer, of Newlandsfield, Pollokshaws, Glasgow. He left Queen's Park Collegiate School in 1875 to start an apprenticeship with James Munro...

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Oatley, Sir George Herbert (1863–1950), architect, was born on 3 January 1863 in James Street, Bristol, the first of the five children of George Oatley (1831–1872), secretary to the Bristol Young Men's Christian Association, originally from Melksham, Wiltshire, and his wife, Harriet Matilda, ...

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Picton, Sir James Allanson (1805–1889), antiquary and architect, the son of William Pickton, a joiner and timber merchant, was born in Highfield Street, Liverpool, on 2 December 1805. After an elementary education at Richard Prior's school, Church Lane, St Peter's, Liverpool, he entered his father's business at the age of thirteen. A few years later he joined the office of ...

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Sir James Allanson Picton (1805–1889) by William Barnes Boadle, 1887 Board of Trustees of the National Museums and Galleries on Merseyside (Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool)

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Pritchett, James Pigott (1789–1868), architect, was born at St Petrox, Pembrokeshire, on 14 October 1789, and baptized there on 4 January 1790. He was the fourth son of Charles Pigott Pritchett, fellow of King's College, Cambridge, rector of St Petrox and Stackpole Elidor, Pembrokeshire...