John Foster junior
(1787-1846)

Died aged c. 59

John Foster, Junior (1786 – 21 August 1846) was an English architect born and based in Liverpool, his buildings were generally in the Greek Revival style, his main works were public buildings and Anglican churches. In succession to his father he was Surveyor to Liverpool Corporation (1824–1835).

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St Luke's Church & Gardens Built 1811-1831 Designed by John Foster senior and John Foster junior Struck by enemy fire May 1941 Remains as a memorial to those who died

Berry St, Liverpool, United Kingdom where they designed

C. 1786-1846 John Foster Junior Architect & corporation surveyor lived here

82 Mount Pleasant, Liverpool, United Kingdom where they lived

Opened 1808 Corn Exchange Designed by John Foster Junior The first in England Rebuilt 1953-1959

Corn Exchange, Fenwick Street, Liverpool, United Kingdom where they designed