John Bond Pearce

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John Bond Pearce (1843/4 – 1903) was a 19th-century architect in Norwich, in the county of Norfolk, England. His architectural practice was in Surrey Street, Norwich. His son Neville Bond Pearce was also a noted architect. Pearce designed many of his building in the Victorian Gothic architectural style, a good example being the town hall in Great Yarmouth opened in 1882.

Works[edit]

This list is incomplete

Norfolk[edit]

  • The Royal Hotel (1840), 4 Marine Parade, Great Yarmouth.
  • The Agricultural Hall (1882), renamed Anglia House, Prince of Wales Road, Norwich[1]
  • Great Yarmouth Town Hall[2] (1882), Hall Quay, Great Yarmouth[3]
  • Manor Hotel (1900), Mundesley, Norfolk[4]
  • Alms Houses at East Bilney, Norfolk[5]
  • Catholic Chapel[6] (1874) at Norwich Cemetery, Bowthorpe Road.[5]
  • Christ Church, Church Avenue, Norwich (1879)[5]
  • Buxton Parish Church, Norfolk, extensively restored (1881-2)

Gallery[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Pevsner & Wilson, p.261
  2. ^ Great Yarmouth Town Hall
  3. ^ Pevsner & Wilson, p.147
  4. ^ Pevsner & Wilson, p.199
  5. ^ a b c City Heritage. org Retrieved 20 January 2013
  6. ^ Norwich Society-Details of Chapel Retrieved January 29, 2013