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ON THIS DAY IN LONDON

18th August 1950 Born today: Dennis Elliot, London, rock drummer (Foreigner)

18th August 1937 Comic, actor, and cartoonist Willie Rushton, was born.go to related location

18th August 1896 Born today: Alan Mowbray, London England, actor (Dante, Colonel Flack)

An Architect to the Royals



An Architect to the Royals

Windsor Castle architect once called this house home

Location: 39 Brook Street, Marylebone, W1

Description: Sir Jeffry Wyattville was an English architect and garden designer. His original surname was Wyatt, and his name is sometimes also written as Jeffrey and his surname as Wyatville.

He was trained by his uncles Samuel Wyatt and James Wyatt, who were both leading architects.

He is mainly remembered for making alterations and extensions to Chatsworth House and Windsor Castle. He also completed his uncle James's gothic Ashridge in Hertfordshire.


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An Architect to the Royals

Windsor Castle architect once called this house home


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