Edwin Nash FRIBA

Died aged c. 70

Edwin Nash FRIBA (1814 – 1884) was an English Victorian ecclesiastical architect active in mid-nineteenth-century Kent, England. Most of his commissions were churches. He worked with architect John Nash Round) on St. John the Evangelist, Penge (1850). Thereafter he worked alone. He proposed Joseph Fogerty to be a Fellow of the Royal Institute of British Architects.

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Commemorated on 1 plaque

Peter Trimming on Geograph

St Nicholas Church The medieval church was replaced in 1864 by Edwin Nash's Victorian Gothic building. Monuments from the old church include those to Joseph Glover, Rector, who introduced the printing press to New England c1638; Dorothy, Lady Brownlow, 1699 (an important ornament concealed by the organ); and William, 1st Earl Talbot, 1782.

, Sutton, United Kingdom where they designed (1864)