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Andy Foyle

Full Name Andy Foyle
 
Location England
 
Guestbook 9th February 2005
W.B. Gingell, Architect, of Bristol. Can anyone throw any more light on William Gingell (1819-1900)? He was born in St Pancras, London, trained as an architect in Bath in the 1840s, and was in practice in Bristol from about 1852 almost up to his death. He was one of the most prolific architects in Bristol in the 19th century. Bristol General Hospital (1852) and the wonderful Lloyds Bank, Corn Street (1854-7) survive, along with much else. There are a couple of references to him on this site - but can any local Gingells claim descent? Does anyone know more? According to the 1881 census, he had a married daughter, Sophia Stenhouse; and his 3 sisters, who lived near him, had lodging with them a nephew (Ernest B. Gingell, born c.1861). He may have been W.B.G's son. Any information would be gratefully received.
  5th November 2007
I'm reposting this message from February 2005, in case anyone has new information. W.B. Gingell, Architect, of Bristol. Can anyone throw any more light on William Gingell (1819-1900)? He was born in St Pancras, London, trained as an architect in Bath in the 1840s, and was in practice in Bristol from about 1852 almost up to his death. He was one of the most prolific architects in Bristol in the 19th century. Bristol General Hospital (1852) and the wonderful Lloyds Bank, Corn Street (1854-7) survive, along with much else. There are a couple of references to him on this site - but can any local Gingells claim descent? Does anyone know more? According to the 1881 census, he had a married daughter, Sophia Stenhouse; and his 3 sisters, who lived near him, had lodging with them a nephew (Ernest B. Gingell, born c.1861). He may have been W.B.G's son. Any information would be gratefully received.
 
Submitted By Andy Foyle
Last Updated 15th November 2007
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