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John Johnson

(1732—1814) architect


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(1732–1814). English architect, he built up a considerable practice. In 1782 he became Surveyor to Essex County, and in that capacity designed Shire Hall, Chelmsford (1789–91). He was responsible for the handsome County Rooms (formerly a hotel), Hotel Street, Leicester (1792–1800).

From A Dictionary of Architecture and Landscape Architecture in Oxford Reference.

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