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Thomas Fuller

Thomas Fuller (1608 – 16 August 1661) was an English churchman and historian. He is now remembered for his writings, particularly his Worthies of England, published after his death. He was a prolific author, and one of the first English writers able to live by his pen (and his many patrons).

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Canadian Architecture - History - Victorian Architecture
... Parliament Buildings in Ottawa, by noted architect Thomas Fuller (architect) who in 1881 was appointed Chief Dominion Architect ... public buildings in Canada including post offices, armouries and drill halls Thomas Seaton Scott (1871-1881) Thomas Fuller (architect) (1880-1897 ... Fuller (1927-1936), Charles D ...
Thomas Fuller (architect) - Family
... Thomas Fuller (architect)'s son, Thomas W ... Fuller, was also appointed Chief Architect in 1927 ... Thomas W ...
Central Experimental Farm - History
... a number of prominent public buildings in Canada including those at the CEF Thomas Seaton Scott (1871-1881) Thomas Fuller (architect) (1880-1897) David Ewart (1897-1914) Edgar Lewis Horwood (1914-1918 ... Fuller (1927-1936), Charles D ... (1936-1947) Joseph Charles Gustave Brault (1947-1952) Thomas Seaton Scott and Thomas Fuller adopted the Neo-Gothic style style ...
Thomas Fuller - Family
... About 1652 Fuller married his second wife, Mary Roper, youngest sister of Thomas Roper, 1st Viscount Baltinglass, by whom he had several children ...
Thomas W. Fuller
... Thomas William Fuller (May 3, 1865 – November 4, 1951), the son of Thomas Fuller, was a Canadian architect ... Before his selection as Dominion Architect, Fuller designed a number of federal buildings in Dawson City, Yukon, some of which are now designated as National ... Thomas W ...

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