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  • The building is thought to have been constructed by Davenport builder Thomas McClelland.
  • By December 1789 working drawings were completed and the building contract was awarded to the builder Thomas Russell.
  • The current church was built between 1912 and 1914 by prominent builder Thomas Keenan.
  • The most conspicuous is that of the Miller family, descended from church builder Thomas Tompkins Miller, located a short distance south of the church.
  • The first organ was installed in 1815 by the builder Thomas Elliot.
  • Born in London, Smith trained under the Master Builder Thomas Cubitt, who was from a family of well-respected architects working in the classical style.
  • At around the same time, Angell and a London builder Thomas Oldis were responsible for development that began to spread eastward along the north side of Seven Sisters Road.
  • It was developed in the 1820s by the builder Thomas Cubitt.
  • The Dolphin Square development is situated on the former works of the developer and builder Thomas Cubitt, who created the surrounding Pimlico district in the 19th-century.
  • He founded the locomotive builder Thomas Kirtley and Co. of Warrington in 1837, but this company failed in 1841.
  • Many of his master builder Thomas Petri's buildings still characterize Kirn's appearance, and the same is true for a number of the outlying villages that then belonged to the Oberamt.
  • At the recommendation of Sir William Chambers he spent two years as a pupil of the architect John Plaw and was then apprenticed to the builder Thomas Wapshott, whose daughter Jane he then married.
  • Rossland was built at Nakusp at the shipyard owned by the master builder Thomas J. Bulger and his sons James M. and David T. Bulger.
  • The original instrument - built by the builder Thomas Parker, one of whose instruments was said to be a favourite of Handel's - was brought from a church in Watford in 1846 and installed on the West-end gallery under the tower.
  • Smeaton was born in Glasgow, the second son of builder Thomas Smeaton, and was educated at the Free Church Normal Seminary, and the Andersonian University.
  • The organ case was obtained from St Mary's Church, Nottingham in 1777 and is by the organ builder Thomas Swarbrick dating from 1742.
  • The builder Thomas Cubitt was born here in 1788, and Benjamin Griffin, an Eighteenth Century playwright was the son of a former vicar.
  • Today it forms part of the new town of Telford, which was originally, in 1963, going to be named Dawley New Town before it was decided in 1968 to name the town Telford instead after the engineer and road builder Thomas Telford.
  • With builder Thomas Richard Geelong Hoe he planned a housing estate, and a Hampton-on-Sea nameboard was put up at Herne Bay railway station in expectation of this, but then he died in 1880.
  • Work began in 1853 by Headingley builder Thomas Moxon, while the churches woodwork and carvings were crafted by Messrs, Winn and Pawson.