Voysey

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Guy Aldred - Early Life
... After contacting Charles Voysey, Guy was eventually granted an audience on 20 December 1902 ... The 74-year-old well-to-do Voysey was surprised to be confronted with a coarse-dressed 16-year-old working class boy ... After careful preliminaries on the part of Voysey, the meeting lasted three hours ...
Country Life (film) - Plot
... Jack Dickens' sister had married Alexander Voysey, but died years ago ... After the death of his wife, Voysey took off for the bright lights of the city, abandoning his daughter, Sally, who has since been raised by her Uncle Jack and the sharp-tongued maid, Hannah ... and Sally have sacrificed all their own hopes and dreams to run the farm while Voysey has been disporting himself in the city, ostensibly making a name for himself as a literary ...
Charles Voysey (theist)
... Charles Voysey (1828 – 1912) was an English Anglican priest who was condemned by the Privy Council for heresy and went on to found the Theist Church ... Voysey was sacked from the curacy of St Mark's, Whitechapel, having denied the doctrine of eternal punishment ... this conviction was dismissed and Voysey lost his benefice ...
John Brandon-Jones - Life and Career
... Hendon into a family with a strong Unitarian tradition, and was christened by the Rev Charles Voysey (with whose grandson Brandon-Jones would later enter into an architectural partnership) ... In 1933, he joined the partnership of Charles Cowles-Voysey as an assistant, later a partner ... Voysey and Brandon-Jones won a competition for the design of Watford Town Hall, and later designed the town halls in Worthing and Bromley, as well as the Guildhall in Cambridge and the Hull Festival House ...
Charles Voysey (architect) - Architectural Work
... Voysey's first design was for a house at Loughton for Octavius Dixie Deacon ... erected on the site, but whether it bore any relation to Voysey's design is not known ... By 1894 Voysey had moved his practice to Melina Place, St John's Wood, London, next door to the influential Arts and Crafts architect Edward Schroeder Prior, resulting in the development of a ...