Edward William Mountford
He was born in Shipston-on-Stour, Warwickshire and was educated privately. He married twice, to Jessie Smith (18 June 1888) and, following her death, Dorothy Hounsham (11 July 1903). He had a son (who became an architect) from his first marriage, and a daughter from his second. He died in London on 7 February 1908.
Notable buildings: chronological order
- Sheffield Town Hall 1890
- St Andrew's, Earlsfield 1890/1902
- Hitchin Town Hall 1900-01
- Battersea Town Hall 1892
- St Olave's Grammar School (Southwark site) 1893
- Northampton Institute 1896
- Old Bailey 1900–1907
- St Michael and All Angels, Southfields, 1901
- Munstead Grange and Munstead Lodge, Godalming, Surrey, 1902.
- Lancaster Town Hall 1909
- College of Technology and Museum Extension 1896–1909
With Herbert Appleton
- St Paul's Church, Forest Hill 1882 (destroyed by bombing 1943)
- Beckenham Baptist Church (Elm Road Chapel), Beckenham 1883–84
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- Homan, Roger (1984). The Victorian Churches of Kent. Chichester: Phillimore & Co. Ltd. p. 105. ISBN 0-85033-466-7.
- Homan, Roger (1984). The Victorian Churches of Kent. Chichester: Phillimore & Co. Ltd. p. 58. ISBN 0-85033-466-7.
- 'Mountford, Edward William', Oxford Dictionary of National Biography (subscription required), accessed 17 July 2015
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