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Richard Herbert Carpenter (July 1841 – 18 April 1893) was an English Gothic Revival architect. Carpenter was born 1841 in St. Pancras, Middlesex, England, the son of the tractarian architect Richard Cromwell Carpenter and his wife Amelia. He is best known for his collaboration with Benjamin Ingelow; their architectural practice, founded by Carpenter's father and based in Marylebone, London, was responsible for the construction or of many ecclesiastical properties.

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  • Richard Herbert Carpenter (July 1841 – 18 April 1893) was an English Gothic Revival architect. Carpenter was born 1841 in St. Pancras, Middlesex, England, the son of the tractarian architect Richard Cromwell Carpenter and his wife Amelia. He is best known for his collaboration with Benjamin Ingelow; their architectural practice, founded by Carpenter's father and based in Marylebone, London, was responsible for the construction or of many ecclesiastical properties.
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