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Edmund Manfred Plaque : 17-May-2014
Edmund Manfred Plaque : 17-May-2014

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Plaque commemorates Edmund Cooper Manfred, architect, who was associated with the building of St Saviour`s Cathedral.

Edmund Cooper Manfred was born in London in 1856. By 1870 he and his widowed mother had sailed to Sydney to join family already settled in Manly. E.C. Manfred completed his education and undertook training as an architect with Edmund Blacket. He came to Goulburn to supervise the construction of Blacket's Cathedral Church of St Saviour. In 1879 he set up his architectural practice in Goulburn, advertising as an Architect & Surveyor. His son Herbert later joined him in the business. Edmund Cooper Manfred died in 1941.

Location

Address:170 Bourke Street, St Saviour`s Cathedral , Goulburn, 2580
State:NSW
Area:AUS
GPS Coordinates:Lat: -34.753256
Long: 149.715881
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
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Details

Monument Type:Plaque
Monument Theme:People
Sub-Theme:Architecture

Dedication

Front Inscription
EDMUND COOPER MANFRED
           ARCHITECT
DIED 20th FEBRUARY 1941
         AGE 84 YEARS

ASSOCIATED WITH THE BUILDING
    OF THIS CATHEDRAL



 
Source: MA
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