John Henry Hakewill
Hakewill began to practise in 1838. His first major work was the church of St John of Jerusalem, South Hackney (1845–48). In 1849 he was commissioned for the reconstruction of St Leonards Church in Wallingford which he rebuilt in the Gothic Revival style, however, he was able to preserve large sections of the original Saxon building. He was the architect of a hospital at Bury St Edmunds, Stowlangtoft Hall Suffolk, and churches in Yarmouth, Wiltshire and Nottinghamshire.
Hakewill published a study, The Temple: an Essay on the Ark, the Tabernacle, and the Temple of Jerusalem, in 1851. He retired to Playford, Suffolk in 1867, but continued to design churches there, at Stonham Aspal and Grundisburgh. He was also responsible for Wickham Manor.
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- E. g. Neston, near Corsham, the Church of St John of Beverley, Scarrington and St John the Baptist's Church, Collingham.
- Obituary in Building News, Vol. 39, 10 September 1880, p. 311.
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