James Fowler FRIBA
(1828-1892)

Died aged c. 64

James Fowler JP, FRIBA, (11 December 1828, Lichfield – 10 October 1892, Louth) known as 'Fowler of Louth', was an English ecclesiastical architect of the Victorian Age chiefly associated with the restoration and renovation of churches. Fowler was born in Lichfield. He was a pupil of Lichfield architect Joseph Potter, and trained at Manchester. His chief centre of interest was the restoration of Lincolnshire churches, and occasionally schools, although his work can be seen within other eastern counties of England. He was the Diocesan Surveyor for Lincolnshire between 1871 and 1886, and was for five times the mayor of Louth.

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James Fowler FRIBA 1828-1892 Architect & Diocesan Surveyor Mayor of Louth 5 times lived here 1869-1892

Westgate, Louth, United Kingdom where they lived (1869-1892)