Nicklin, Phyllis (1963) Tomb of Thomas Rickman, St. George's Church, Newtown, Birmingham. [Image] (Unpublished)
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Photograph of the tomb of Thomas Rickman (1776-1841), who, as the inscription reads, 'first correctly named the several styles and clearly elucidated the principles of our ecclesiastical architecture' ( i.e. he coined the terms ""Early English"", ""Decorated"" and ""Perpendicular"" still used by church historians today), in the former churchyard of his St George's Church. The original St. George's was consecrated in 1822 and became a parish church in 1830. Despite extensive renovation, dry rot damaged the building beyond repair and it was demolished in 1960. The photograph was taken in mid 1963.
|Type of Work:||Image|
|School/Faculty:||Faculties (to 1997) > Faculty of Education|
|Department:||Department of Extramural Studies|
Scanned by the Chrysalis project in 2004, from original 35mm slides held at the University of Birmingham.
See the location now via Google Maps (52.483,-1.89359)
|Series/Collection Name:||Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography|
|Keywords:||Birmingham, Newtown, tombs, tombstones, funeral monuments, Thomas Rickman, Nineteenth century Birmingham|
|Subjects:||H Social Sciences > HC Economic History and Conditions|
H Social Sciences > HN Social history and conditions. Social problems. Social reform
D History General and Old World > DA Great Britain
|Funders:||Museums, Libraries and Archives (MLA) West Midlands|
|Copyright Status:||Copyright and database rights in this material belong to MLA West Midlands and the University of Birmingham. The photographic image is available to download and redistribute for non-commercial purposes.|
|Copyright Holders:||University of Birmingham|
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