Herbert Keate Augustine Gribble

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Herbert Keate Augustine Gribble

Birthplace: Devon, England, United Kingdom
Death: October 1894 (48)
Soho, London, Greater London, England, United Kingdom
Immediate Family:

Son of John Gribble and Jane Gribble
Husband of Julia Mary Gribble
Father of Agnes Cecilia Finnigan Caruana

Occupation: Architect
Managed by: Jack Graham Corbyn
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About Herbert Keate Augustine Gribble

Herbert Gribble 1834-1914 ), was an English architect. Born in Plymouth in June 1846, was articled to Alfred Norman of Plymouth. A convert to Catholicism (when he took the name Augustine. He worked in the office of Joseph Aloysius Hansom and spent a considerable time in Dublin during the office of William Hague. In the mid-1870s he may also have worked in the office of George Coppinger Ashlin; an illustration by him of Ashlin's chapel of Our Lady of Lourdes in the Carmelite church in Aungier Street, appeared in the Irish Builder of 15 July 1877. He is presumably the 'H.G.' who draw an interior perspective of Ashlin's chapel of 1877 at Mooresfort, Co. Tipperary. He was living at 22 Dunville Avenue, Rathmines, in 1877, when he exhibited four drawings at the RHA. He had a London address by 1878, the year in which he won the competition for designing the Brompton Oratory.

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Herbert Keate Augustine Gribble's Timeline

June 1846
Devon, England, United Kingdom
October 1870
Soho, London, Greater London, England, United Kingdom
October 1894
Age 48
Soho, London, Greater London, England, United Kingdom