James Stockdale Harrison FRIBA, 18741952 (aged 78 years)

Name
James Stockdale /Harrison/ FRIBA
Birth June 29, 1874 27 26
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Occupation
Architect

Death of a maternal grandmotherMary Ann Musk
December 25, 1875 (aged 1 year)
Birth of a brotherShirley Harrison
April 1, 1876 (aged 1 year)
Birth of a sisterMarianne Harrison
January 22, 1878 (aged 3 years)
Birth of a brotherEverard Harrison
June 1880 (aged 5 years)
Birth of a brotherGregory Harrison
March 1883 (aged 8 years)
Birth of a sisterPriscilla Harrison
August 14, 1885 (aged 11 years)
Death of a brotherGregory Harrison
October 29, 1889 (aged 15 years)
Burial of a brotherGregory Harrison
November 2, 1889 (aged 15 years)
Cemetery: Welford Rd, Leicester
Birth of a sisterMargaret Harrison
October 4, 1891 (aged 17 years)

Death of a sisterMargaret Harrison
October 5, 1891 (aged 17 years)
Burial of a sisterMargaret Harrison
October 7, 1891 (aged 17 years)
Cemetery: Welford Rd, Leicester
MarriageGertrude HammondView this family
September 1896 (aged 22 years)
British Queen
Victoria
from June 20, 1837 to January 22, 1901 (aged 26 years)

The Boer War
Battle for control of southern Africa
from October 11, 1899 to May 31, 1902 (aged 27 years)

British King
Edward VII
from January 22, 1901 to May 6, 1910 (aged 35 years)

Olympic Games
Games of the IV Olympiad
from April 27, 1908 to October 31, 1908 (aged 34 years)
Death of a fatherStockdale Harrison
November 10, 1914 (aged 40 years)
Burial of a fatherStockdale Harrison
November 14, 1914 (aged 40 years)
Cemetery: Welford Rd, Leicester
Death of a brotherEverard Harrison
April 18, 1917 (aged 42 years)

Death of a motherMarianne Bailey
December 12, 1923 (aged 49 years)
Burial of a motherMarianne Bailey
December 15, 1923 (aged 49 years)
Cemetery: Welford Rd, Leicester
British King
George V
from May 6, 1910 to January 20, 1936 (aged 61 years)

The Great War from July 28, 1914 to November 11, 1918 (aged 44 years)

British King
Edward VII
from January 20, 1936 to December 11, 1936 (aged 62 years)

British King
George VI
from December 11, 1936 to February 6, 1952 (aged 77 years)

World War 2 from September 1, 1939 to September 2, 1945 (aged 71 years)

National Health Service
Free healthcare for all
from July 5, 1948 (aged 74 years)

Olympic Games
Games of the XIV Olympiad
from July 29, 1948 to August 14, 1948 (aged 74 years)
British Queen
Elizabeth II
from February 6, 1952 (aged 77 years)

Death October 16, 1952 (aged 78 years)
Family with parents
father
18461914
Birth: November 1846 33 26East St, Leicester
Death: November 10, 19147 St Martins East Leicester
mother
18471923
Birth: December 18, 1847 34 2657 St Georges Rd Newington
Death: December 12, 192358 Knighton Drive, Leicester
Marriage MarriageSeptember 4, 1872St Paul Church, Leicester
22 months
himself
18741952
Birth: June 29, 1874 27 26Leicester
Death: October 16, 1952Bradenham, Knighton Park Rd, Leicester
21 months
younger brother
18761961
Birth: April 1, 1876 29 28Leicester
Death: November 11, 1961140 Cecil St, Sarnia Ontario, Canada
22 months
younger sister
18781971
Birth: January 22, 1878 31 307 St Martins East, Leicester
Death: October 11, 1971Fernleigh Nursing Home, 19 East Ave, Leicester
3 years
younger brother
18801917
Birth: June 1880 33 32Leicester
Death: April 18, 1917
3 years
younger brother
18831889
Birth: March 1883 36 35Leicester
Death: October 29, 1889St Martins Leicester
3 years
younger sister
18851975
Birth: August 14, 1885 38 37Leicester
Death: August 21, 197545 Springfield Rd, Leicester
6 years
younger sister
18911891
Birth: October 4, 1891 44 43
Death: October 5, 1891St Martins Leicester
Family with Gertrude Hammond
himself
18741952
Birth: June 29, 1874 27 26Leicester
Death: October 16, 1952Bradenham, Knighton Park Rd, Leicester
wife
18741959
Birth: August 3, 1874 28 29Friday Bridge, Cambridge
Death: April 13, 1959St Francis Private Hospital, London Rd, Leicester
Marriage MarriageSeptember 1896Dewsbury
Birth

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Note

Living Brook St Woodhouse, Leicestershire 1901 1 servant. Living 7 St Martins East Leicester 1914 The brewer, Andrew Usher, was the benefactor of Usher Hall in Lothian Road which is owned and operated by the City of Edinburgh Council. It is the city's top concert venue and is reputed to have much better acoustics, if not better architecture, than the McEwan Hall.The architectural competition was won by an English architect,J. Stockdale Harrison, whose muted Baroque design fits in well with the local streetscape. The hexagonal structure has 3 main entrances to Lothian Road, each attractively decorated by local sculptors. It is roofed with a flat topped, copper clad dome.Andrew Usher never lived to see the finished hall which bears his name. He died in 1898, two years after making his donation of £100,000 and 16 years before the completion of the building in 1914. Also architect of the De Montfort Hall, Leicester.Copy of will.