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Watson Fothergill (12 July 1841 – 6 March 1928) was a British architect who designed over 100 unique buildings in Nottingham in the East Midlands of England, his influences were mainly from the Gothic Revival and Old English vernacular architecture styles. His work dates from 1864 (when he set himself up in practice) to around 1912. His earliest surviving known building dates from 1866.

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  • Watson Fothergill (12 July 1841 – 6 March 1928) was a British architect who designed over 100 unique buildings in Nottingham in the East Midlands of England, his influences were mainly from the Gothic Revival and Old English vernacular architecture styles. His work dates from 1864 (when he set himself up in practice) to around 1912. His earliest surviving known building dates from 1866. (en)
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  • 1841-07-12 (xsd:date)
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  • 1928-03-06 (xsd:date)
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  • 1841-07-12 (xsd:date)
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  • Linden, Chesterfield Road, Mansfield (en)
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  • Title above the door of the Watson Fothergill offices at 15 George Street, Nottingham (en)
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  • 1928-03-06 (xsd:date)
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  • Watson Fothergill (en)
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  • Fothergill Watson (en)
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  • Associated architectural firm[s] (en)
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  • Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Bank, Thurland Street, Nottingham (en)
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  • Ann Hage (en)
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  • Watson Fothergill (12 July 1841 – 6 March 1928) was a British architect who designed over 100 unique buildings in Nottingham in the East Midlands of England, his influences were mainly from the Gothic Revival and Old English vernacular architecture styles. His work dates from 1864 (when he set himself up in practice) to around 1912. His earliest surviving known building dates from 1866. (en)
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  • Watson Fothergill (en)
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  • Watson Fothergill (en)
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