First name(s)
William Church
Position(s) held at King's College London
  • Lecturer in KC Ladies' Department on the History of Architecture (1895)
  • Lecturer, Grecian Architecture (1896-1900)
  • Lecturer, English Church Architecture

Education & professional details

School, college and/or university attended
  • Clever House, Ealing
  • Royal Academy
  • Articled to Morton F Glover (Messrs Glover & Salter) (1882-1887)

Qualified, Architect, 1891

Position(s) held (non King's College London)
  • Practice partnership with James Keith (1897-)
  • Examination Coach, Royal Institute of British Architects, (1892-1898)
  • Independent Architect (1902-)

Contributor, Later Renaissance Architecture in England. Ed, with introductory and descriptive text, by John Belcher ARA, and Melvyn E Macartney. Vol 1 (1901)

Personal details

Date of birth
Place of birth
Westbourne Grove, London
Family details

Son of John Howgate.


Noted in Ladies Department Minutes of 16 March 1900, Item IV "Mr Church was obliged to resign his post as lecturer on Architecture" ). In 1899, the painter Vanessa Stevens [Bell] was one of his students. Travelled in Europe 1887; went into Partnership with James Keith 1897. Addresses: 1891: Castle Bar Hill, Ealing; 1900: Perchard House, 70 Gower Street; 1905: 82 Victoria Street, London; 1905: Holtville, Harrietsham, Kent; 1923: 21 Montague Road, Richmond Hill


  • ARIBA Archives, microfiche 49/C1
  • Ladies' Department Minutes, ref KW/SCR1 and KCL Calendars. Reference to Vanessa Stevens/Bell: King's College London Archives KW/SYL8:50-51
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