(1864–1915). English Arts-and-Crafts architect practising from 1892 in Bedford. A gifted draughtsman, he produced many architectural perspectives, and in 1898 he took George H. Grocock (fl. 1892–1904) into partnership. His finest work was for houses and gardens, including Three Gables, King's Corner, and White Cottage, all at Biddenham, Bedford (1899–1900), and Tirley Garth, Tarporley, Ches. (1907).
From A Dictionary of Architecture and Landscape Architecture in Oxford Reference.