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JACKSON, Charles W
Land surveyor, auctioneer, estate agent and valuer at 67 Tulse Hill, London and briefly at 27-28 Western Road (1882-1884), when he built several properties in Aldrington. Carlisle Road [layout, 1881]
1-10 Walsingham Terrace (1881-1882)
43 New Church Road (1884)
JACKSON, Frederick Hamilton (Frank)
Designer, painter and teacher, founder of Chiswick School of Art, member of the Art Workers' Guild. The mosaic in St Bartholomew's is among his most noted works. St Bartholomew's Church, Ann Street* (mosaics)
JACKSON, Sir Thomas Graham bt
Educated at Brighton College and Oxford, pupil of Sir George Gilbert Scott. Own practice from 1863, member of the Art Workers Guild (master 1896). Consultant for St Augustine's 1894-1913. Created a baronet in 1913. There is a memorial tablet to him in Brighton College chapel. Brighton College, Eastern Road (extensions 1883-87)
St Augustine's Church, Stanford Avenue* (extension 1913)
James & Brown
Architects. Union Chapel, Queen Square (1834-35)
James, William, & Co
Stained glass manufacturer based in north London, established before 1870. Chapel Royal, North Street* (glass)
JAY, George Mathias
Architect and surveyor at 12 Connaught Terrace (1890), 45 Church Road (1899).
Architect in the firm of Coleridge, Jennings & Soimenow. Born in Newmarket, son of a well-to-do racehorse trainer. A Guild Socialist and member of the Arts & Crafts movement. He settled in Walberswick, Suffolk and was the father of important documentary film-maker Humphrey Jennings, one of the founders of Mass Observation. Courtenay Gate (1934)
Johns & Buckwell
Architects and surveyors, partnership of Johns and T H Buckwell at 33 New Road (1886-87). Buckwell has his own practice by 1888.
Brighton architect/surveyor. Fire station, 1A-2 Wyndham Street
JOHNSON, Philip Mainwaring
Architect and writer on Sussex churches, leading light of the Sussex Archaeological Society. In practice from 1881, specialist in church restoration. St Peter's Church, Preston* (restoration after 1906)
JONES, Francis Jude
Son of Jude Jones, worked as a carpenter on the Stanmer estate, living with his parents in a lodge there. Stanmer Church (doors)
Jude JonesSon of Thomas Jones, a journeyman carpenter on the Stanmer estate, where he was born. Returned from working in Brighton to work at Stanmer by 1881, living in a lodge on the estate. He was a building/carpentry foreman by 1891 and estate foreman by 1911. His son Francis Jude Jones was also a carpenter on the estate. Stanmer House
Stanmer Church (fittings)
JONES, Richard William Herbert
Architect for Charles Nevill of key buildings in Saltdean. Ocean Hotel, Saltdean* (1938)
Saltdean Lido (1938)
Curzon House, Chichester Road East
Marine View, Marine Drive, Saltdean
Teynham House, Chichester Road East
Joseph & Smithers
Builders. 67-68 King's Road (former Daily Telegraph building, rebuilt)
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