Received knighthood for his focus on the Imperial Battle Graves Commission rate. Known for his focus on memorials and locations of worship, like the Air flow Forces Memorial as well as the Guildford Cathedral. He went to St. John’s University at Oxford. His 1st blueprint was Norfolk’s Kelling Hall, devised in 1912. He fought in Globe Battle I, from 1917, but was demobilized in 1919. His last task was St. Nicholas Chapel at Saltdean in 1964, and he retired. He wedded Gladys Prudence in 1910 and experienced one young child who passed away in 1968. He and explorer Samuel Baker had been both honored with knighthoods.