James Pigott Pritchett
(1789-1868)

Died aged c. 79

James Pigott Pritchett (14 October 1789 – 23 May 1868) was an architect of London and York whose practice stretched from Lincolnshire to the Scottish borders.

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Commemorated on 2 plaques

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Keith Seabridge on Flickr

Civic Award presented to congratulate the governors of Huddersfield Technical College on the restoration of this listed building. It was designed by J. P. Pritchett and built as a school in 1840. From 1909 to 1958 it was Huddersfield College, a boys' grammar school, and in 1975 became an annexe of Huddersfield Technical College.

Kirklees College Huddersfield Centre, New North Road, Huddersfield, United Kingdom where they designed (1840) and built (1840)

James Pigott Pritchett 1789-1868 York Architect of many prominent religious and secular buildings designed this chapel 1837

The Chapel, York Cemetery, Cemetery Road, York, United Kingdom where they designed (1837)