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Get this from a library the twenty five churches of the southwark diocese an inter war campaign of church building kenneth richardson ecclesiological societywilliam allen dixon 18211893 was a british architect who specialised in the design of churches and particularly baptist churches his heyday was in the late 1860s to the early 1870s when he designed at least five church in england several of which are grade ii listed buildings external links media related to w allen dixon at wikimedia commonsthe twenty five churches of the southwark diocese the twenty five churches of the southwark diocese an inter war campaign of church building kenneth richardson with original illustrations by john bray the ecclesiological society 2002 kennethrichardson2002allrightsreservedhistory in 1872 the building news and engineering journal recorded that w allen dixon was acting as architect for colonel alexander croll in alterations to granard park or lodge putney park lane roehampton and the construction of a new church in its grounds st margarets is the resulting church it was originally a baptist chapel but it later became the anglican st margaretsthe barn church kew formally known as st philip and all saints is the first barn church to be consecrated in england the building which is not listed is on the corner of atwood avenue and marksbury avenue in an area previously known as north sheen and now in kew in the london borough of richmond upon thames

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