Stephen Geary

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Stephen Geary (1797 – 28 August 1854) was a British architect and entrepreneur.

His best known work was Highgate Cemetery, opened in 1839 where he designed the Egyptian Avenue and the Terrace Catacombs: he was also a founding member of the cemetery company. His other works include St Pancras Collegiate School, Kings Cross, London.

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