20. John Colson: a Hampshire Architect of the Victorian Age

20. John Colson: a Hampshire Architect of the Victorian Age
Hampshire Papers 20: John Colson: a Hampshire Architect of the Victorian Age
by Brenda Poole (2000)

This paper is an account of the life and work of Hampshire architect John Colson. Born in Southampton in 1820, John Colson worked in Winchester from 1845 until his death there in 1895. His practice was mainly concerned with the design and restoration of churches, parish schools and parsonage houses and he is thought to have built 20 churches, including Stockbridge, Shedfield, Hedge End and Lockerley. He was also for nearly 40 years architectural surveyor to the Dean and Chapter of Winchester Cathedral.

The paper, which includes illustrations of many of his buildings, also contains a detailed appendix listing nearly 250 works by Colson, the great majority of these in Hampshire.

Physical description 295mm x 210mm; softback; 28 pages.
Published in 2000 by Hampshire County Council.
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