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Thomas Thomas (1817-1888)

Architect from Landore, Swansea, responsible for many Non-conformist chapels. Revd Thomas Thomas, or Thomas Thomas Gland^wr, has been described by Stephen Hughes as the first national architect of Wales.

Further reading

Stephen Hughes, 'Thomas Thomas, 1817-88: the first national architect of Wales' in Archaeologia Cambrensis, vol. 152, pp. 69-166 (2003).



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   as architect: Bethania Chapel, Bethesda , Gwynedd
   as architect: New Siloh, Landore , Swansea



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