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INGELOW, Benjamin (1835-1925)
Son of a banker, born in Ipswich. Pupil of A S Newman in 1852, becoming chief assistant to W Slater and R H Carpenter in 1858. Architectural practice in partnership with R H Carpenter.
  As CARPENTER & INGELOW
St Leonard's Church, New Church Road* (1876-78)
INGRAM, Herbert Clavell (1877-1942)
Pupil and assistant to G F Bodley and Thomas Garner. Own practice overlapping from 1901.
  St Michael and All Angels, Victoria Road (organ gallery? c1912)
St Paul's, West Street (rood figures)
IREDEL, John Charles L (born Iredell) (1916-1990)
Architect practicing from no later than 1962 in the city and who died in Hove. Business addresses included 8 Palmeira Square; he lived at 65 Langdale Road. Member of the Chichester Diocesan Panel of Architects.
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