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  • It is named after builder William Baker, who laid the street out in the 18th century.
  • The church has an historic organ dating from 1888 by the famous builder William Hill.
  • This new building has been attributed to Kelso-based architect and builder William Elliot.
  • In 1809, the road builder William Roberts received a grant of land in the area.
  • The bridge was designed by local builder William S. Hewett.
  • They took over the yard of yacht-builder William Fife.
  • They were built as six almshouses in memory of local builder William Woodsend by his sons, Jack and Arthur.
  • Various wooden bridges had stood at the site until the present stone bridge was built in 1773 by the minister and bridge builder William Edwards.
  • The church has a large three manual pipe organ which dates from 1841 by the organ builder William Hill.
  • The whole Bondi area was part of a land grant to road-builder William Roberts in 1809.
  • Edwin expanded in 1976 when he bought out legendary boat builder William H. Albury.
  • In the United States, organ builder William M. Goodrich is often claimed to have invented the free reed.
  • A single-span structure completed in 1875, the bridge was constructed under the leadership of Marietta bridge builder William Meredith.
  • In 1837 he arrived in Nottingham and formed a partnership with the builder William Patterson.
  • A scheme of conservative restoration was prepared by organ builder William Drake and the restored organ was installed in 2014.
  • The organ of St. Nahi's was built by the renowned Irish organ-builder William Telford.
  • Indeed, the modern builder William Horn suggests that it is this esthetic end, not space-saving, that is the primary justification for making clavicytheria.
  • He purchased and retired to Fawley following many successful ventures developing major stages of the railway network in France after the ill health and death of his partner and brother the famous civil engineer and railway builder William Mackenzie.
  • The organ of Armagh Cathedral was originally built by the renowned organ builder William Telford in 1875.
  • In 1922 and 1924 the current grandstands were built by noted local builder William "Cement Bill" Williams.
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