Burges

Burges may refer to:

  • Alan Burges, 1911-2002, Australian botanist
  • Cornelius Burges, 1589?–1665, English minister
  • Dempsey Burges, 1751–1800, U.S. Representative from North Carolina
  • Lockier Burges (Australian politician), 1814–1886, Australian politician
  • Tristam Burges, 1770–1853, U.S. Representative from Rhode Island
  • William Burges (architect), 1827–1881, English architect
  • William Burges (Australian politician), 1806 or 1808–1876, Australian politician

Other articles related to "burges":

Alfred Burges
... Alfred Burges (1796-1886) was a British civil engineer ... Walker and Burges were responsible for railways, bridges and many marine works, including lighthouses, Surrey Commercial Docks, the Junction Dock at Hull, and the Bedford Levels ... Persondata Name Burges, Alfred Alternative names Short description Date of birth 1796 Place of birth Date of death 1886 Place of death ...
The Tower House
... French gothic revival style by the architect and designer William Burges for himself ... Burges purchased the plot of land in 1875, the house was substantially built by 1878, and the decoration of the interior, together with the designing of innumerable items of furniture and ... Much of the furniture was dispersed following Burges' death, and the house passed through a succession of owners and a period of neglect before restoration in the 1960s ...
William Burges - Later Works - Worcester College, Oxford
... In 1864, Burges was commissioned to overhaul Wyatt's unremarkable designs for the Chapel by the Reverend H C O Daniel, a member of the College's ... Burges's extensive iconography envelopes the building, with animals and birds depicted on the end of pews, and Burges's mosaic flooring astonished his contemporaries ... medieval techniques and working with his meticulous attention to detail, Burges created a chapel that Crook describes as "almost unique amongst High Victorian ...
Cornelius Burges - Opposition To Cromwell
... Later Burges was to shift positions ... Trevor-Roper, the new kind of radical preacher exemplified by Hugh Peter becomes prominent, and Burges was in the group dropping away from the close supporters of Oliver Cromwell ... of the Ministers of the Gospel in and about London was drawn up by Burges in January 1649, and subscribed to by fifty-six other ministers who followed his lead ...