James Foster (architect)

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James Foster
Born c.1748
Died 1823
Occupation Architect

James Foster (c.1748 - 1823) was an English mason and architect in Bristol.

He was initially a pupil and apprentice of Thomas Paty, working both as a stonemason and an architect but from about 1800 his practice became entirely architectural. He was later joined by his son James (d.1836), another son Thomas, a partner William Ignatius Okely and grandson John.

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