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|EARP, Thomas (1828-1893)
Stonemason, born in Nottingham, working in Lambeth, London by the start of the 1850s. He was regularly employed by G F Bodley, G G Scott and A W N Pugin.
|St Patrick's Church Cambridge Road (roof corbels, 1858)|
|EASTON, Hugh Ray (1906-1965)
Stained glass designer (including the Battle of Britain window in Westminster Abbey). Disliked by Betjeman and Pevsner.
|• St Peter's Church, St Peter's Place* (glass)|
Brighton Borough Engineer.
|Aquarium, Madeira Drive* [remodelling 1925-27]
• Black Rock Bathing Pool, Madeira Drive
• George Hotel, 1 West Street
|ELDRIDGE, Father John
|St Richard's Church, Hangleton (glass)|
|ELLISON C O
Architect, based in Liverpool.
|• Norfolk Road Wesleyan Methodist Church (1868, demolished 1965)
• Preston Park Wesleyan Methodist Church, Dyke Road Drive (1883, demolished 1974)
• Dorset Gardens Wesleyan Methodist Church (1884, replaced 2000)
|EMERSON, Sir WILLIAM (1843-1924)
Architect, pupil of W G Habershon and A R Pite, then joined the prestigious office of William Burges. Favoured a French gothis style in his church designs. President of the RIBA. Much of his work after 1864 was done in India, although he remained based in the UK. [Not to be confused with the American architect William Ralph Emerson, a cousin of Ralph Waldo Emerson.]
|• Church of St Mary the Virgin, St James's Street|
Ironfounder in Lewes. Cast much of the ironwork street furniture of Victorian Brighton and Hove.
|• seafront railings
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