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H Darken

Horace Darken

In 1863, a Horace Darken, architect, surveyor, etc. (and Colchester) was listed at Cliff Villas in Harwich (Dovercourt??) in 'White's Directory of Essex'

Darken, Horace - fl 1868 - is listed in the 'Directory of British Architects 1834-1914', at 40 North Hill, Colchester, he was Architect and Surveyor to the Dovercourt and Walton-on-Naze Building Societies. List of his works in 'Architect's ... Directory'??

* ERO D/B 6 Pb3/158, 1887, building plan of house and stable, Lexden Road, COLCHESTER, for A.T. Osborne (owner), by H. DARKEN (architect)
* ERO D/B 6 Pb3/39, 1886, building plan of additions to Plum Hall, Mersea Road, COLCHESTER, for H.W. Jones (owner), by [H. DARKEN (architect)]
* ERO D/B 6 Pb2/275, 1881, building plan of White Horse Inn, [East Street], COLCHESTER, for Osborne and Co. (owners), by H. DARKEN (architect)
* ERO D/B 6 Pb2/229, 1880, building plan of house, Pownall Crescent, COLCHESTER, for A.T. Osborne (owner), by H. DARKEN (architect)
* ERO D/B 6 Pb2/197, 1879, building plan of house, Middleborough, COLCHESTER, for J. Simpson (owner), by H. DARKEN (architect)
* ERO D/B 6 Pb2/259, 1881, building plan of houses, Crouch Street, COLCHESTER, for J.W. Watson (owner), H. DARKEN (architect)
* ERO D/B 6 Pb2/138, 1878, building plan of house, Abbeygate Street, COLCHESTER, for Hyam and Co. (owners), by H. DARKEN (architect)
* ERO D/B 6 Pb2/120, 1878, building plan of cottages, Hythe, COLCHESTER, for Mr. Pitt (owner), by H. DARKEN (architect)
* ERO D/B 6 Pb2/102, 1878, building plan of two villas, Blatch Square (now Wellesley Road), COLCHESTER], for T.W. Watson (owner), by H. DARKEN (architect)
* ERO D/B 6 Pb2/71, 1878, building plan of ten cottages, New Road rear of Sir Colin Campbell public house joining Mersea Road, COLCHESTER, for W.W. Daniell (owner), by Horace DARKEN (architect)
* ERO D/B 6 Pb2/153, 1879, building plan of additions, Abbey Field, COLCHESTER]
for J. Woodruff (owner), by H. DARKEN (architect)