Edmund Harold Sedding

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Edmund Harold Sedding (often referred to as E. H. Sedding) (died 21 February 1921) was an English architect who practised in Devon and Cornwall. He was the son of Edmund Sedding and the nephew of J. D. Sedding. He was articled to his uncle, and initially employed by him, later setting up his own independent practice in Plymouth in 1891. His awards included the RA medal in 1884, the RIBA medal the following year, the RA Travelling Fellowship in 1886, and the Pugin medal in 1887. His published work includes Norman architecture in Cornwall (1909). He is buried in the churchyard of St Carantoc's Church, Crantock.[1]

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  1. ^ Brodie, Antonia (2001), Directory of British Architects 1834-1914: L–Z, British Architectural Library, London: Royal Institute of British Architects, p. 574, retrieved 15 October 2011