Romilly Craze

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Romilly Bernard Craze (1892-1974) was an English architect.[1]

Life[edit]

He was the son of George Henry Craze and his wife Louisa Mary Webb. He was born in 1892, and baptised on 17 February 1900 in St Luke's Church, West Norwood.

He married Elizabeth Ethel Dutton on 6 September 1919.

Craze worked in partnership with Sir William Victor Mordaunt Milner, with whom he formed the firm of Milner & Craze.[1] He spent much of his career repairing churches damaged by bombing during the Second World War, but also produced some distinctive churches of his own.

Works[edit]

All Saints' Church, Kingsbury (also known as All Saints' Church, Queensbury) consecrated in 1954
St Richard's Church, Maybridge 1966

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b A Dictionary of Architecture and Landscape Architecture. James Stevens Curl. Oxford University Press. 2006. p.209 ISBN 9780198606789
  2. ^ Temple,Philip, ed. (2008). "St John Street: East side". Survey of London: Volume 46, South and East Clerkenwell. London. pp. 221–241. Retrieved 13 August 2015.
  3. ^ The Buildings of England. Yorkshire, The West Riding. Nikolaus Pevsner. Penguin Books. 1967 p.458. ISBN 0140710175