Rowland Plumbe

Rowland Plumbe (1838-1919) studied at University College, London and was articled to Nockalls Johnson Cottingham and Frederick Peek.
After spending 2 years in America, in the office of Frederick Clark Withers, Plumbe returned to London in 1860 to commence independent practice in the City of London.
He was District Surveyor of South Islington from 1875 and of West Hamstead until 1891
Extracted from Directory of British Architects 1834-1914, British Architectural Library

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