Thomas Simpson (1816 - 16 March 1880) was an English architect based in Nottingham.
He married Charlotte Lovett (1819-1848) in the Wesleyan Chapel, Melton Mowbray and they had the following children:
He married Rebecca Goodacre (1820-1899) on 17 April 1849 in St Paul’s Church, Nottingham and they had the following child:
He represented St Mary’s Ward on the Nottingham Town Council, and later the Trent Ward. He died at his house in Baker Street, Nottingham on 16 March 1880.
Richard Charles Sutton was an architect based in Nottingham. He was born 1834 and died on 18 October 1915.
Charles Lloyd was a pipe organ builder based in Nottingham who flourished between 1859 and 1908.
Forster and Andrews was a British organ building company between 1843 and 1924.
St. Thomas' Church, Nottingham was a Church of England church on Park Row in Nottingham between 1873 and 1926.
John Wills was an architect based in Derby.
Parliament Street Methodist Church is a Methodist church on Parliament Street in Nottingham.
Queen's Walk Congregational Church was built on Queen's Walk in Nottingham between 1900 and 1902.
William Herbert Higginbottom JP was an architect based in Nottingham.
Charles Francis Rice was a prominent minister and author. He was a member of the New England Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church for 50 years, serving as a District Superintendent for five years and as President of the Massachusetts Federation of Churches for 10 years.
Pilgrim Uniting Church is a church in the heart of the City on Flinders Street, Adelaide in South Australia. It is a church of the Uniting Church in Australia.
Arthur George Marshall ARIBA was an architect based in Nottingham from 1881.
Abraham Harrison Goodall LRIBA was a British architect based in Nottingham.
John Collyer was an architect based in Nottingham.
George Woodhouse was an English architect who practised from offices in Bolton, and Oldham, then in the county of Lancashire. He collaborated with William Hill on the designs for Bolton Town Hall.
William James Morley FRIBA was an English architect who practised from offices in Bolton, Greater Manchester and Bradford, West Yorkshire.
William Knight was an English architect based in Nottingham.
Alfred Hill Thompson, ARIBA was an English architect in the Gothic Revival and Arts and Crafts styles, who specialised in small schools and chapels in the Yorkshire area. In partnership with Isaac Thomas Shutt he co-designed the Church of All Saints, Harlow Hill, completed in 1871.
James Kerridge was a British architect based in Wisbech, Cambridgeshire.
Lieut-Colonel Herbert Walker FRIBA, M Inst CE, FSI, was an architect, surveyor and civil engineer based in Nottingham from 1870 to 1923.
Tennyson Street Methodist Church was a Methodist church at the junction of Tennyson Street and Larkdale Street, Nottingham from 1874 until 1941.