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Marshall Robinson (1853-1923)

Robinson was articled to Cunliffe and Freeman from 1868 to 1874. He then became a first class draughtsman with the Royal Engineer department in Manchester and York from 1874-79 and then was chief draughtsman in the Lichfield division from 1879 to 1880. He later practiced at 24 Nelson Square.

He was made an associate of the RIBA in June 1893, proposed by Freeman, Edward Salomons and J Holden.

His works include:

Drill hall, Bolton

Bolton fever hospital

St Mark’s vicarage, Bolton (1885)

Extension to Doffcockers, Bolton (1889)

Parochial hall, Astley Bridge, Bolton (1912)










Left: Cornerstone at St Mark’s vicarage

The last line is “Marshall Robinson Architect”.

Thanks to St Marks School and church web site

Sources

Directory of British Architects 1834-1914

Thanks to Margaret Plant for some of the biographical information and the picture of Robinson.

St Marks School and church