(1839–1927). English architect. He is best known as a protagonist of the Queen Anne style. His works included houses at 31–3 Tite Street, Chelsea (1879–81), additions to Sandringham House, Norfolk (1891–2), the Constitutional Club, Northumberland Avenue, London (1884–6), and the Great Central Railway Hotel, Marylebone Station, London (1897–9).
From A Dictionary of Architecture and Landscape Architecture in Oxford Reference.