John Loughborough Pearson, 1817-1897.

John Loughborough Pearson was born in Brussels in 1817. In office of Ignatius Bonom in Durham with Anthony Sawin during 1842 and then with Philip Hardwich. Commenced practice in 1843. Architect to Lincoln Cathedral in 1876. Worked with his son Frank Loughborough Pearson until his death. Awarded Royal Gold Medal 1880, Gold Medal, Paris Exposition, 1878 and made Knight of Legion of Honour 1897.
Extracted from Directory of British Architects 1834-1914, British Architectural Library.

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