Benjamin Ferrey
(1810-1880)

Died aged c. 70

Benjamin Ferrey, FSA, FRIBA (1810 – 1880) was an English architect who worked mostly in the Gothic Revival.

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Commemorated on 4 plaques

Photo of Benjamin Ferrey and Corn Exchange, Dorchester blue plaque
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Photo of All Saints Church, Dorchester and Benjamin Ferrey blue plaque
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Photo of Benjamin Ferrey blue plaque
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Photo of George Ferrey and Benjamin Ferrey blue plaque
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Benjamin Ferrey 1810-1880 Architect in Dorset 1847-48 Corn Exchange

Municipal Buildings - High East Street, Dorchester, United Kingdom where he designed (1846-1848)

Benjamin Ferrey 1810-1880 Architect in Dorset 1843-45 All Saints Church

All Saints Church, High East Street, Dorchester, United Kingdom where he designed (1842-1844)

1838 "Bath Hotel". Bournemouth's first hotel built built for Sir George Gervis, architect Benjamin Ferrey. 1880 enlarged as "Royal Bath Hotel" by Sir Merton Russell-Cotes

Royal Bath Hotel, Bath Road, Bournemouth, United Kingdom where he designed

17th-century mercer's house with 18th-century frontage. Later the home of the talented Ferrey family, including George, Priory organist for 50 years, brother of BENJAMIN FERREY 1810-1880 renowned ecclesiastical architect trained by Pugin the Elder, and Hon. Architect to Bath & Wells Diocese for 39 years

Pettengells, 6 Castle Street, Christchurch, United Kingdom where he is commemorated