Francis Howard Greenway
(1777-1837)

Died aged c. 60

Francis Howard Greenway (20 November 1777 – September 1837) was an English-born architect who was transported to Australia as a convict for the crime of forgery. In New South Wales he worked for the Governor, Lachlan Macquarie, as Australia's first government architect. He became widely known and admired for his work displayed in buildings such as St Matthew's Church in Windsor, New South Wales, St James' Church, Sydney and Hyde Park Barracks, Sydney.

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Commemorated on 3 plaques

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This building, originally an Hotel and Assembly Rooms for the Clifton Spa Pump Room, was designed by Francis Greenway 1777-1837 later known as the Father of Australian Architecture

The Clifton Club, 22 The Mall, Bristol, United Kingdom where they was

This building originally an hotel and assembly room was designed by Francis Howard Greenway 1777-1837 He became known as the Father of Australian Architecture for his later work in that continent

The Clifton Club, 22 The Mall, Bristol, United Kingdom where they designed

Site of Newgate Jail Francis Greenway - Father of Australian Architecture imprisoned here in 1812. Richard Savage - Poet & Playwright died here in 1743

Broadweir, Bristol, United Kingdom where they was imprisoned (1812)