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Mangnall & Littlewoods
Architects

William Mangnall (HM120), one of the partners of Travis and Mangnall - architects and surveyors, died in 1868. His son William (FM292) was only about 19 years old but it appears that he took over from his father. Henry Travis also retired and he was replaced by John Littlewood (1829-1901) and later his brother William Henry Littlewood (1839-1921), the sons of architect Joshua Littlewood (1794-1866) of Holmfirth. The Littlewood brothers had both been articled to Travis and Mangnall, John in 1850 and William in 1855. There is some evidence to suggest that Mangnall and Littlewood actually started in 1865 so it is possible that Henry Travis retired before the death of William Mangnall (senior).

Mangnall and Littlewoods were associated with the following business addresses:-

An assistant, Eric Alexander Sutherland, was employed from 1893 to 1897. He helped work on the piers and pavilions at Blackpool and Morecombe amongst other projects. Further details about Eric can be found on the "Dictionary of Scottish Architects" website.

The company was involved with the following buildings or structures:


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[Last updated 01 Jan 2010]