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OCKENDEN, Edmund Jury Snr (1810-1878)
Stone mason (1841), builder employing 12 men (1851) at 12 Temple Street. Father of E J Ockenden. Poll Book for 1840 lists Edmund Jury Ockenden at a house in Temple Street; as this could not be his son, it is assumed that the father also had the middle name Jury.
 
OCKENDEN, Edmund Jury Jr (1833-1906)
Brighton-born builder, son of Edmund Ockenden. Working as a mason (1851) from his parents' address. Builder at 13 Station Road, Portslade (1871-1906), builder employing nine men and four boys (1871), builder and brick-maker (1881). Lived at 12 Temple Street, 28-29 Brigden Street (1871), ,13 Church Road (1881). Retired by 1891 and living at 10 Westbourne Villas (1891), 70 Walsingham Road (1901). Left £2,650.
  6 Grand Avenue* (c1880)
OLIVER, William
Builder at 18 Elder Place with stores at 25 Providence Place (1893).
 
OLLIVER, George (1826-1903)
Carpenter and builder at 2 Montpelier Road North (1851-1864), 46 Warleigh Road (1881-1885), 57 Islingword Road (1888-1896). Retired by 1901, living at 21 Elder Place (1898-1903). His daughter Sarah was a missionary preacher.
 
OLLIVER, H
Builder at 77 Goldstone Villas (1902).
 
OLLIVER, John (1853- )
Builder at 5 Pembroke Avenue (1902), 12 Richmond Terrace (1911)
 
OLLIVER, William
Builder in Roedean Road (1897), at 11 Normanton Street (1902).
 
OVERTON, William H
Architect with a practice at 22 Ship Street (1912-28).
  Royal Alexandra Hospital for Sick Children, Dyke Road (bathroom and lavatory, 1920; staff dining room, extension to nurses home and other additions, 1925)
9 Colebrook Road (1917,1921)
Overton & Partners
Architectural firm.
  Brighton Spiritual Church, Edward Street (1965)
     
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