John James

(c. 1672—1746) architect, surveyor, and carpenter

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 (c.1673–1746) English architect.

He became a master carpenter and from 1701 designed a number of houses. As Hawksmoor’s associate, he worked at Greenwich (1705–46), and on four churches built under ...

Subjects: Architecture.

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