George Phillips Manners
In his early career he worked with Charles Harcourt Masters and after about 1845 was in partnership with C.E. Gill. He retired in 1862.
The architectural practice of George Phillips Manners from the early 19th century into the mid-20th century (compiled by Michael Forsyth in Pevsner Architectural Guide: Bath, 2003):
- George Phillips Manners: 1820–1845
- Manners & Gill: 1845–1866
- John Elkington Gill: 1866–1874
- Gill & Browne 1874–1879
- Browne & Gill: 1879–1899
- Gill & Morris: 1899–1903
- Wallace Gill: 1903–1909
- Mowbray A. Green: 1909–1914
- Mowbray A. Green & Hollier: 1914–1947
- Frank W. Beresford-Smith: 1947– (and later acquired by Beresford-Smith’s son)
From 1846 to 1909, the practice was located at No. 1 Fountain Building.
List of works
His works include a number of churches, initially in Perpendicular or Norman style, latterly in Gothic.
- Bath Abbey Restoration (his additions were removed by Sir Gilbert Scott)
- St Michael's Church, Bath on Broad Street (1836)
- Victoria (on reaching her majority) Monument Column Royal Victoria Park, Bath (1837)
- St Michael's Church, Twerton, Bath (1839)
- Christ Church, Bradford-on-Avon, Wilts (1839) (Again, his work was remodeled to lose its original integrity by Sir G.G. Scott)
- Church Of Holy Trinity, Cleeve 
- Twerton Gaol, Bath (1843)
- Bath Abbey Cemetery Mortuary Chapel (1844) in Widcombe
- St Matthew's, Widcombe, Bath (1846–1847)
- St Paul's Church, Tiverton (1854–1856)
- Bluecoat School
- "The Building News and Engineering Journal – Google Books". Books.google.com. Retrieved 2016-04-25.
- "Church of Holy Trinity". National Heritage List for England. Historic England. Retrieved 2 April 2017.
- H.M. Colvin, A Biographical Dictionary of British Architects, 1600–1840 (1997) ISBN 0-300-07207-4
- Michael Forsyth, Bath, Pevsner Architectural Guides (2003) ISBN 0-300-10177-5
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