Richard Knill Freeman

Bolton architect






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Churches - alterations, additions, restorations

Freeman was an expert in church furnishings and also designed many reredoses. Much of this work probably came through his role as diocesan surveyor.  

All Souls, Bolton (choir stalls, restoration of stonework, oak stool)

Christ Church, Adlington (reseating and other works)

Christ Church, Bolton (work not known; church demolished 1936)

Emmanuel, Bolton (reseating, etc.; 1889)

Holy Trinity, Bolton (redecoration; 1882)

Holy Trinity, Darwen

Holy Trinity, Holtby, North Yorkshire

Holy Trinity, Horwich, Bolton (new chancel; 1903)

St Andrew, Ashton on Ribble (new vestries; 1902)

St Anne, Lytham (new tower and aisle)

St Anne, Turton (extension to chancel and new reredos; 1888)

St Bartholomew, Bolton (New tower; church demolished)

St Cuthbert, Lytham (new pulpit)

St James, Bolton (new chapel)

St John, Farnworth, Bolton

St John, Read (pulpit, vestries (?), etc.)

St John, Whittle le Woods (new tower)

St Luke, Halliwell (Wardens’ pew; 1889)

St Marguerite, Forest, Guernsey (general repairs; with Robins; 1889-91)

St Mark, Cheetham Hill, Manchester (new tower; 1894; demolished)

St Mark, Worsley, Salford

St Mary, Deane (new roof, reredos, etc. 1884-87)

St Matthew, Little Lever, Bolton

St Maxentius, Bradshaw, Bolton (restoration of tower)

St Michael, Croston (choir vestry)

St Paul, Astley Bridge, Bolton (oak stool)

St Paul, Marton, Blackpool

St Paul, Walkden (vestries)

St Peter, Mawdsley (restoration and redecoration; 1892)

St Saviour, Ringley, Bolton (restoration of tower; organ chamber)

St Thomas and St John, Radcliffe (new tower; 1871-72)