William Smyth (architect)

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William Smyth (fl. 1465 - died 1490) was an English gothic architect responsible for the work including the fan vaults at Wells Cathedral, Sherborne Abbey and Milton Abbey.[1] He may also have been the architect of the Church of St Bartholomew, Crewkerne.

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  1. ^ William Smyth - Answers.com