Harry Wilkinson Moore

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Harry Wilkinson Moore
Born 1850[1]
Died 1915[1]
Nationality British
Occupation Architect
Awards AA Silver Medal, 1879[1]
View along Logic Lane in University College, Oxford towards H.W. Moore's covered bridge on the High Street

Harry Wilkinson Moore, FRIBA (1850–1915) was a Victorian and Edwardian architect.[2][3] He was the son of Arthur Moore (1814–1873) and Mary Wilkinson (1821–1904), and a nephew of the architects George Wilkinson and William Wilkinson.[1]


Moore was a pupil of William Wilkinson in 1872 and assistant to Alfred Waterhouse in 1878.[1] Moore was in partnership with William Wilkinson from 1881.[4] Moore was made a Fellow of the Royal Institute of British Architects in 1888.[1]


Moore designed a number of notable buildings in Oxford.[5] His works include:

He also designed many houses in North Oxford, including in the following roads: Banbury Road, Bardwell Road, Chalfont Road, Farndon Road, Frenchay Road, Hayfield Road, Kingston Road, Linton Road, Northmoor Road, Polstead Road, Rawlinson Road, St Margaret's Road, Southmoor Road, Walton Well Road, and Woodstock Road.[8]


  1. ^ a b c d e f Brodie, 2001, page 203
  2. ^ Ancestry World Tree: Wilkinson's of Oxford.
  3. ^ Saint, Andrew (1970). "Three Oxford architects". Oxoniensia 35. 
  4. ^ Tyack, 1998, page 267
  5. ^ Saint, 1970
  6. ^ Headington, Oxford: The Vineyard (Pollock House), Pullens Lane.
  7. ^ Headington, Oxford: Napier House (later Cotuit Hall), Pullens Lane.
  8. ^ Hinchcliffe, Tanis (1992). North Oxford. New Haven & London: Yale University Press. pp. 215–243 (Appendix: Gazetter). ISBN 0-14-071045-0.