Gervase Wheeler (1815-1889) was a British architect who designed homes in the United States. Wheeler moved to the U.S. in the 1846 or 1847 and stayed until the 1860s, when he returned to London. Wheeler's father, who was also named Gervase, worked as a manufacturer of gold, silver and gilt jewelry in Holborn, then just outside of London.
- GERVASE WHEELER: MID-NINETEENTH CENTURY BRITISH ARCHITECT IN AMERICA University of Pennsylvania thesis, 1988
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