Thomas Fulljames

Thomas Fulljames FRIBA
Born4 March 1808
Walworth, Surrey, England
Died24 April 1874 (aged 65–66)
Ashleworth, Gloucestershire, England
PracticeFulljames & Waller
BuildingsGloucester Court of Probate, 1858.
DesignSevern Barrage, 1849.
Albion House, Southgate Street, Gloucester, 1831. Formerly the Albion Hotel.[1] With later grade II listed K6 telephone kiosk.[2]
Church of St Lawrence, Sandhurst. Rebuilt by Fulljames, 1857–58.[3]
Church of St Mary & Corpus Christi, Down Hatherley. Rebuilt by Fulljames, 1859–60.[3]
Fulljames's unbuilt design for a Severn Barrage, 1849[4]
Foscombe, designed c.1860 by Fulljames for his own use[7]

Thomas Fulljames FRIBA (4 March 1808 – 24 April 1874) was an architect active in Gloucestershire, England, in the first half of the nineteenth century. As diocesan surveyor from 1832 until 1870, latterly in partnership with Frederick Sandham Waller, he designed, reconstructed or extended a number of churches in Gloucestershire.

He is known for designing the Gloucester Court of Probate (1858) in the Gothic style. He also designed a barrage across the River Severn, which was never built. He built Foscombe house for his own use in Ashleworth, Gloucestershire, which has been classified as a grade II* heritage building.

Early life and family

Thomas Fulljames was born in Walworth,[8] Surrey, now in Greater London, on 4 March 1808,[9] to Trophimus Fulljames (died 1864), a land surveyor, and Margaret Fulljames. He was baptised at Hasfield, Gloucestershire, on 15 September 1808.[10] He had an older brother, also Trophimus, born around 1805.[9]

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