Henry Hutchinson

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Henry Hutchinson (16 October 1800 – 22 November 1831) was an English architect who partnered with Thomas Rickman in December 1821 to form the Rickman and Hutchinson architecture practice, in which he stayed until his death in 1831.[1] Hutchinson was born on 16 October 1800 in Ticknall, Derbyshire.[2] He partnered with Rickman after he completed his studies under Rickman. Hutchinson has been described as being an architectural genius.[3]

Hutchinson died on 22 November 1831 in Leamington Spa and was buried on the north side of Hampton Lucy Church, which he had designed in 1822.[2]



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  2. ^ a b Urban, Sylvanus (December 1837). "The Gentleman's Magazine". London: William Pickering; John Bowyer Nichols and Son: 626. 
  3. ^ Marcus Whiffen (1948). Stuart and Georgian Churches. B.T. Batsford. p. 92. 
  4. ^ Douglas Hickman (1970). Birmingham. Studio Vista Ltd. p. 22. 
  5. ^ Brian Davis Architecture Slides
  6. ^ Ballard, Phillada (2009), Birminghams Victorian & Edwardian Architects, Oblong for the Birmingham and West Midlands Group of the Victorian Society, ISBN 978-0-9556576-2-7 
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