Charles Arthur Ford Whitcombe

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Charles Arthur Ford Whitcombe, A.R.I.B.A.

Charles Arthur Ford Whitcombe (1872-1930) A.R.I.B.A. was a British architect, best known for his ecclesiastical designs. He was from Tibberton, Worcestershire and had his London office was at 5 Newman Street, Oxford Street.[1] In 1916 he emigrated to Queensland, Australia to become 'Chief Instructor - Architecture' at the Central Technical College, Brisbane.[2]

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  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p Records of the Incorprated Church Building Society at Lambeth Palace Library, London. Online resource, accessed 2 February 2019
  2. ^ 'Charles Ford Whitcombe' Digital Archive of Queensland Architects. Online resource, accessed 2 February 2019
  3. ^ 'Housnlow' in London 3: North West by Bridget Cherry and Nikolaus Pevsner (Yale University Press, 1981) p. 394
  4. ^ St James History. Online resource, accessed 2 February 2019
  5. ^ 'Ecclesiastical Architecture'. The Architects' Magazine (Jan 1904; 4, 39)
  6. ^ 'Church of St John the Baptist and St Felix'. Historic England. Online resource, accessed 2 February 2019
  7. ^ 'Whitcombe and Coggswell'. Dictionary of Irish Architects 1720-1940. Online resource, accessed 2 February 2019
  8. ^ 'St Peter and St John'. National Churches Trust. Online resource, accessed 2 February 2019
  9. ^ 'Women Teaching Children'. Gwydr Lliw yng Nghymru/Stained Glass in Wales. Online resource accessed 2 February 2019