Background and family
He lived in Bulcote Manor until 1914.
He married Eleanor Corah in 1928.
On his death in 1942 he was living in Bowyers Court, Wisborough Green, Suffolk.
He was awarded the Fellowship of the Royal Institute of British Architects on 2 Dec 1901.
- New Bolsover model village, Old Bolsover, Derbyshire 1891-1894
- St. John's Church, Colston Bassett 1892
- Albert Mill, Gamble Street, Nottingham 1893
- Church of the Holy Rood, Edwalton 1894
- 104-106 Lenton Boulevard, Nottingham 1895 - 1897
- St Columba's Church, Nottingham 1896, originally Presbyterian, then Church of Christ Scientist, now Sikh Temple
- Bardencroft, Tweed Street, Saltburn 1897
- West Bridgford Presbyterian Church 1898
- Turkish Baths, Upper Parliament Street, Nottingham 1898 (demolished 1962)
- St John the Baptist, South Witham, Lincolnshire 1898 - 1901
- 29 and 31, (Ram Hotel), Long Row, Nottingham 1899
- Creswell CofE Infants School, Elmton Road, Elmton, Bolsover, Derbyshire 1900
- Long Eaton Wesleyan Methodist Church 1903 - 1904
- Carriageway Block, Queens Road, Nottingham 1908
- Territorial Headquarters for the 7th Sherwood Foresters, Derby Road, Nottingham (later used by the Post Office, and now residential accommodation) 1910 - 1912
- Nottingham Road Methodist Church, Mansfield 1913
- Pedestrian Bridge over Hounds Gate, Nottingham 1920 - 1921
- War Memorial at Burton Joyce 1920
- Albert Ball Memorial Homes, Lenton, Nottingham 1921
- Memorial to Captain Albert Ball VC in Nottingham Castle 1921.
- Memorial to the Robin Hood Battalion of the Sherwood Foresters in the chancel of St Mary's Church, Nottingham 1921
- Alterations to Brackenhurst Hall
He was made Captain in 1900. He was appointed temporary Major on 19 December 1914. He was injured in combat in April 1915 and lost a hand. This prevented his architects career restarting after the war, and he retired.
- Nottingham Evening Post - Friday 18 September 1942
- National Archives, Divorce and Matrimonial Causes file. Ref J 77/1012/717
- The Buildings of England: Nottinghamshire. Nikolaus Pevsner
- The London Gazette, 10 Dec 1895. p.7140
- Supplement to The London Gazette, 17 May 1915. p.4770