William Bruce Gingell

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William Bruce Gingell (1819 – 1899) was an architect practicing in Bristol.

He was in partnership with John Henry Hirst for a time[1] and was influential in the Bristol Byzantine architectural style.

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  1. ^ "William Bruce Gingell". Directory of Scottish Architects. Retrieved 2007-05-19. 

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