Easton, John Murray

BORN 30 Jan 1889, Edinburgh - DIED 19 Aug 1975, London
GRAVE LOCATION London: Kensal Green Cemetery, Harrow Road, Kensal Green

John Murray Easton studied at Robert Gordon's Technical college in Aberdeen. After some time in France in 1912 he continued his studies in London at University College. In 1919 he entered into a partnership with Howard Morley Robertson and he designed several buildings. In 1921 he became a associate of the Royal Institute of British Architects and in 1927 he became a fellow.

Among his designs were Aberconway House in Mayfair, Loughton Tube Station in the Epping Forest district and the Lawrence Hall of the Royal Horticultural Society.


The grave of John Murray Easton at Kensal Green Cemetery, London.
Picture by Androom (25 Mar 2016)


John Murray Easton - Wikipedia

Eberlein, Gustav

Published: 16 Sep 2018
Last update: 20 Apr 2022