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  1. Samuel Pepys Cockerell (1753–1827) was an English architect.. He was a son of John Cockerell, of Bishop's Hull, Somerset, and the elder brother of Sir Charles Cockerell, 1st Baronet, for whom he designed the house he is best known for, Sezincote House, Gloucestershire, the uniquely Orientalizing features of which inspired the more extravagant Brighton Pavilion.

  2. 23/05/2018 · Samuel Pepys Cockerell. Samuel Pepys Cockerell (1753–1827)[1] was an English architect. He was a son of John Cockerell, of Bishop's Hull, Somerset, and the elder brother of Sir Charles Cockerell, 1st Baronet, for whom he designed the house he is best known for, Sezincote House, Gloucestershire, where the uniquely Orientalizing features inspired the more extravagant fantasy of the Brighton ...

    • February 15, 1754
    • Architekt
    • London, United Kingdom
  3. Samuel Pepys Cockerell. Birthdate: circa 1794. Death: 1869 (70-79) Immediate Family: Son of Samuel Pepys Cockerell and Anne Cockerell. Brother of Ann Pollen; John Cockerell; Frances Pepys Goodenough; Jane Louise Palmer; Edward Cockerell and 3 others.

    • circa 1794
    • November 18, 2014
    • 1869 (70-79)
    • Thomas Föhl (c)
  4. COCKERELL, SAMUEL PEPYS (1754–1827), architect, was son of John Cockerell of Bishop's Hall, Somersetshire, by Frances Jackson, his wife, and brother of Sir Charles Cockerell, M.P., of Sezincote, Gloucestershire, who was created a baronet in 1809. His mother was daughter of John Jackson, the nephew and heir of Samuel Pepys, and through her Cockerell bec

  5. Death of Samuel Pepys Cockerell aged 75 registered Q1 1869 St George's Hanover Square. Will of Samuel Pepys Cockerell late of Lincolns inn and Hertford Street Mayfair who died 07/02/1869 at 45 Hertford Street proved 26/02/1869 by his nephew, effects under £10,000, resworn March 1871 under £18,000.

  6. Samuel Pepys Cockerell (1844-1921) was the youngest son of the architect Charles Robert Cockerell RA (1788–1863). After studying at Christ Church, Oxford, Cockerell entered the Royal Academy Schools and exhibited at the Royal Academy on twenty three occasions between 1875 and 1903. He described himself as an "Artist, Painter & Sculptor".

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  7. 20/12/2021 · Architect Samuel Pepys Cockerell designed Sezincote in the early 19th century for his brothers, first for Colonel John and, upon his death, the younger Sir Charles. Both had made fortunes working with the East India Company and so Cockerell wanted to create for them a vision of India in the Cotswolds.

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