P. B. Chatwin
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From 1866 he worked with his father, architect J. A. Chatwin, and became his partner in 1897, in the firm Chatwin & Son.
- All Souls' Church, Witton (consecrated 1907).
- King Edward VI Handsworth girls' school (opened 1911).
- St Mary, Moseley (nave and south aisle rebuilt 1910; repaired war damage 1952-54), Grade II listed
- St Mary the Virgin, Acocks Green Church and Church Hall, Acocks Green (opened c. 1908)
- Lloyds Bank, Five Ways, Birmingham (1908-9)
- St. Faith and St. Laurence's Church, Harborne 1936-37
- Pevsner Architectural Guides - Birmingham, Andy Foster, 2005, ISBN 0-300-10731-5
- Essays in honour of Philip B. Chatwin. Birmingham Archaeological Society, Birmingham, Eng, Dugdale Society. V. Ridler. Birmingham University Press, 1962
- The Buildings of England. Warwickshire. Nikolaus Pevsner. Penguin Books. ISBN 0140710310 p.211
- Historic England. "St Mary, Moseley (217560)". Images of England.
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