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Richard Castle

(c. 1695—1751) architect and engineer


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Castle, Richard (1695–1751)

Castle, Richard (c.1695–1751)

Castle, Richard (died 1751), architect

Castle, Richard (c.1695–1751)

Castle, Richard (d. 1751), architect and engineer

48 Exham: Richard Exham, Bayonne Castle, to Mrs Richard Exham, Georges Street, Cork, 15 February 1757

JENKINS, Adrian Richard (born 1965), Director, Bowes Museum, Barnard Castle, since 2001

JOHNS, Richard (Edward) (born 1939), Constable and Governor of Windsor Castle, 2000–08

[1669] To: Mr. Richard Cranage, of Leeds at the Castle in York Kendal, 7 August, 1717

2 Ardouin: Richard Exham, Bayonne Castle, to Messrs Ardouin & Son, Cork, 15 February 1757

[1670] To: Mr. Richard Cranage, of Leeds at the Castle in York Kendal, 7 August, 1717

MacMILLAN, John Richard Alexander (born 1932), fruit farmer; General Officer Commanding Scotland and Governor of Edinburgh Castle, 1988–91

Chapter by Tone in Belmont Castle; or suffering sensibility, by Tone, Richard Jebb and John Radcliffe, written in 1788

[81] To: Mr. Richard Gerrard, carrier, or his porter at the Castle and Falcon, in Aldersgate Street,1 London; Kendal, 5 July, 1711

[65] To: Richard Gerrard, carrier, or his porter at the Castle and Falcon Inn in Aldersgate Street [London]; Kendal, 4 June, 1711

Ormsby-Gore, William Richard (1819 - 1904), [title taken from Harlech, Merionethshire, the castle of which was defended by a member of his family in the Wars of the Roses for Henry VI, and for Charles I by another member (Col Owen)]; HM’s Lieutenant and Custos Rostulorum of Co. Leitrim from 1885; Provincial Grand Master Freemasons of North Wales from 1885 and North Connaught from 1871

 

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(c.1695–1751),

one of Ireland's most prolific Palladian architects. Of German origin, Castle spent some time in London where he probably became acquainted with the Palladian movement and its English exponents. ...

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