George Truefitt (1824–1902) was born in 1824 at St George's Hanover Square, London. He practiced architecture from age 15 (1839), when he began working with the British architect Lewis Cottingham, until his retirement in 1899.
Truefitt is famous for designing over 25 different buildings throughout England and over 15 other countries. In his career, Truefitt designed over 250 structures. He wrote a number of books, including Designs for Country Churches. He also inspired Calvert Vaux in the latter's designs.
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