Gilbert Blount (1819–1876) was an English architect working mostly for Catholic Churches. He started his career as a civil engineer under Brunel and became superintendent of the Thames Tunnel works. He then worked for Sydney Smirke, and then was appointed as architect to Cardinal Wiseman, the Catholic Archbishop of Westminster.
With a resurgence of Catholic church building in England, he worked on new churches throughout England and was thought to be of the school of Pugin.
- St Mary Magdalen Roman Catholic Church, Mortlake, London (1852)
- St Ambrose Church, Kidderminster, Worcestershire (1858)
- St Peter's Church, Bromsgrove, Worcestershire (1858)
- St Peter's Church, Gloucester, Gloucestershire (1859–60, 1867–88)
- St Mary Magdalen's Church, Brighton, Sussex (1861–62)
- St Mary and St John's church, Newton-le-Willows, Lancashire (1864)
- St Anthony and St George's Church, Duncton, Sussex (1866)
- Our Lady Chapel, Swynnerton, Staffordshire (1868)
- Our Lady and St Catherine of Siena Church, London (1869–70)
- Church of Our Lady and St Catherine of Siena, Bow (1870)
- St Mary’s Church, Husbands Bosworth, Leicestershire (1873–74)
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