Includes bibliographical references.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Blaker, Catriona. Edward Pugin and Kent. Ramsgate: Pugin Society, (OCoLC) Named Person: Edward Welby Pugin; Edward Welby Pugin. Cover of the book under review A. W. N. Pugin died at home in Ramsgate, Kent, in His illness had been traumatic not only for himself but for his whole family, and his premature death at the age of 40 placed a huge burden of responsibility on young shoulders. EDWARD PUGIN AND KENT: his life and work within the county EDWARD PUGIN AND KENT: his life and work within the county SKU: Edward Pugin and Kent - book. £ £ Unavailable per item Catriona Blaker The Pugin Society, ISBN: X . Buy Edward Pugin and Kent: His Life and Work within the County Reprint by Blaker, Catriona (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.
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Edward Welby Pugin, by Catriona Blaker Edward Pugin was Augustus Pugin’s eldest son and second child. He was born in Ramsgate on 11th March His mother was Louisa Button, whom Pugin had married in and who died in Edward Pugin and Kent: His Life and Work within the County: Books - Skip to main content. Try Prime EN Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Orders Try Prime Cart. Books. Go Search Best Sellers Gift Ideas New Releases Deals Store Coupons Format: Paperback. The terrace, described by Catriona Blaker from her book - Edward Pugin and Kent, his life and work within the county, "Seen from the front, the main elevation of these very substantial five floor stock brick residences was Gothic – definitely an urban, modern Gothic, not even picturesquely asymmetrical. This is the only remaining Anglican church by Edward Welby Pugin (), a Roman Catholic. By all accounts he was particularly happy with the west window and roof. The current church at Kingsdown was started in , although it is stated in Harris's history of Kent a church was established in Kingsdown at the same site in