NameEdward Buckton LAMB
Birth17 May 1805
Baptism26 Jun 1805, St. Mary Magdalene, Old Fish Street, London
Death30 Aug 1869
OccupationBuilder, Dealer And Chapman
MotherFrances
Spouses
Birthabt 1821, Lambeth, London, Surrey, England
Death1899
OccupationProfessor Of Music
FatherHenry George NIXON (1796-1849)
MotherCaroline Melissa DANBY (1797-1857)
Marriage6 Oct 1855, St Marylebone Parish Church
ChildrenEdward Beckitt (1857-1934)
 Caroline Graham (1858-1948)
 Marion Lilla (1859-1951)
Notes for Edward Buckton LAMB
Parish records St. Mary Magdalen Old Fish Street, London
Edward Buckton Lamb son of James and Frances Lamb, born May 17 1805, baptism June 26, 1805.

In the July to September 1869 death index Edward Buckton Lamb, age 63, Marylebone, Middlesex, volume 1a, page 353.

Parish records
Kentish Town and Highgate Cemetery of St. James, in Swain’s Lane in the Parish of St. Pancras, Middlesex
Burial Edward Buckton Lamb of 3 Hinde Street Manchester? Square, died September 2, 1864, age 63 years.

National Probate Calendar
November 12 1869. Letters of Administration of the Personal estate and effects of Edward Buckton Lamb late of 3 Hinde-street Manchester-square in the County of Middlesex Architect deceased who died 29 August 1869 at 3 Hinde-street aforesaid were granted at the Principal registry to Caroline Frances Lamb of 3 Hinde-street aforesaid Widow the Relict of the said Deceased she having been first sworn. Effects under 450 pounds.

London Gazette: 4 October 1844 Issue 2039 p3441 (from another researcher)

Whereas the Commissioner acting in the prosecution of the Fiat in Bankruptcy awarded and issued forth against Edward Buckton Lamb, of Number 10, Burton-crescent, in the Parish of St Pancras, in the county of Middlesex, Builder, Dealer and Chapman, hath certified to the Judge of the Court of Review in Bankruptcy, that the said Edward Buckton Lamb hath in all things confirmed himself according to the directions of the Acts of Parliament made now in force concerning bankrupts; this is to give notice, that, by virtue of an Act, passed in the fifth and sixth year of the reign of Her present Majesty Queen Victoria, instituted “An Act for the amendment of the law in bankruptcy,” the certificate of the said Edward Buckton Lamb will be allowed and confirmed by the Court of Review in Bankruptcy, unless cause be shewn to the said Court to the contrary, on or before the 25th day of October 1844.

from the following
http://www.scottisharchitects.org.uk/architect_full.php?id=201906
architect
Edward Buckton Lamb was born in May 1805 (British Architectural Library) or 1806 (Grove), the son of James Lamb, a government official and amateur artist. He was articled to Lewis Nockalls Cottingham and published 'Etchings of Gothic Ornament' in 1830. In the early 1830s he was draughtsman to John Claudius Loudon, for whom he produced many of the designs in the 'Encyclopaedia of Cottage, Farm and Villa Architecture and Furniture'. On 3 April 1837 he was admitted FRIBA, his proposers being James Noble, Thomas Leverton Donaldon, Charles Fowler and Ambrose Poynter, but in 1844 he resigned his fellowship, probably for financial reasons as at that date his few commissions for actual building had been designs for overseas.

In 1846 he published 'Studies of Ancient Domestic Architecture' with a text written by William Henry Leeds, but it was not until 1850 that his practice became prosperous, mainly for country house additions and alterations, notably Hughenden Manor for Benjamin Disraeli and for churched distinguished by a wilful Gothic detail and centralised plans. He was readmitted Fellow on 23 January 1860 and set his ideas in lectures, published in the Building News in June 1860 and July 1861.

Lamb died in London on 30 August 1869, bankrupted by the building of the Plaisance (now Fawkham Manor), which he was forced to sell in 1868. The practice was continued by his son Edward Beckitt Lamb, born in 1857.

see Wikipedia
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edward_Buckton_Lamb
Notes for Caroline Frances (Spouse 1)
In the 1841 census civil parish of St. Pancras, Ossulstone hundred (Holborn Division), Middlesex, Registration District St Pancras, sub district Grays Inn Lane.
Henry Nixon age 45, Middlesex, musician.
Catherine [mistake] Nixon age 44, born in Middlesex.
Frances Nixon, female, age 20, born in Middlesex.
Jane Nixon age 13, born Middlesex.
Henrietta Nixon age 11, born Middlesex.
Valentine Nixon, male age 5, born in Middlesex.
Maria? Nixon, female age 3, not born in England.
Sophia Nixon age 2, not born in England.

In the 1851 census civil parish of Lambeth, ecclesiastical parish of St Mary, Surrey, Lambeth registration district sub district Lambeth first church living at No. 8 Union Place.
Caroline Nixon, Head of family, widow, age 43 [the date although clear must be a mistake as John Danby could not be her father and this doesn’t match the 1841 census], born at St Giles Middlesex, school mistress.
Daughter Caroline M. Nixon age 23 [this age seems incorrect as well], born Lambeth Surrey, Professor of Music.
Daughter Henrietta G? Nixon age 21, born Holloway Middlesex, Teacher of Dancing.
Son Valentine Nixon age 14, born Holloway, Middlesex, Clerk ?? Office.
Daughter Sophia S? Nixon age 12 born Glasgow.
Son Henry C. Nixon age 8 Hemingdon? London.
Servant Ellen Pursell age 13? born Ireland.

Listed again in the 1851 census 26 Charlotte Street, Marylebone.
Head Edward Buckton Lamb, unmarried, age 44, architect, born Doctor’s Common, Middlesex.
Sister Francis Lamb, unmarried, age 46, born Doctor’s Common.
Niece Frances Mary Lamb, age 14, born Pancras London.
Boarder Caroline Frances Nixon, unmarried, age 30, Teacher of Music, born Lambeth.
2 servants.

In the October to December 1855 marriage index Caroline Frances Nixon on the same page as Edward Buckton Lamb, Marylebone, London, volume 1a, page 715.

From another researcher
Marriage of Edward Buckton LAMB to Caroline Frances NIXON in 1855 at St Marylebone Parish Church
BY LICENCE 6 October 1855
Edward Buckton Lamb / full age / bachelor / architect / St Marylebone / James Lamb / Gentleman
Caroline Frances Nixon / full age / spinster / - / St Giles in the Fields / Henry George Nixon / Professor of Music
Witnesses: H N Beckitt and H (-) Lamb Junr

In the 1861 census 3 Hinde St., St. Marylebone district, Rectory sub-district, Middlesex.
Head Edw. Buckton Lamb, age 54, Architect, born London.
Wife Caroline Francis [as spelled] Lamb, age 40, born Lambeth, Surrey.
Son Edw. Becket Lamb, age 3, born Marylebone, Middlesex.
Daughter Caroline Graham Lamb, age 2, born Marylebone.
Daughter Maria Silla Lamb, age 1, born Marylebone. 3 servants

In the 1871 census 3 Hinde St., St Marylebone.
Head Caroline Lamb, widow, age 50, Professor of Music, born Lambeth.
Brother Harry Nixon, unmarried, age 28, professor of music, born Kensington.
Son Edward Lamb, age 13, scholar, born Marylebone.
Daughter Caroline Lamb, age 12, born Marylebone.
Daughter Marion Lamb, age 11, scholar, born Marylebone. 1 servant.

In the 1881 census 109 Stamford St., Waterloo road First sub-district, Lambeth.
Head Caroline Frances Lamb, widow, age 60, Teacher of Music, born Lambeth, Surrey.
Daughter Caroline Graham Lamb, single, age 22, governess, born Marylebone.
Marion Lilla Lamb, single, age 21, Plan Tracer for Architects, born Marylebone.

In the 1891 census 44 Great Russell Street, St. Gorge Bloomsbury, London.
Visitor Caroline F. Lamb, widow, age 70, organist, born Lambeth.
Visitor Caroline G. Lamb, single, actress, age 32, born Marylebone.
Visitor Marion L. Lamb, single, age 31, actress, born Marylebone.
They are staying Sarah Jackman, age 53.

In the January to March 1899 death index Caroline Francis Lamb, age 78, St. George Hanover Square, London, Middlesex, volume 1a, page 377.

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