|RAILWAY ENGINEER, BUILDER, STONEMASON, PROPERTY DEVELOPER (ENGLAND)|
BORN 1 Jan 1797 - DIED 8 Dec 1852|
GRAVE LOCATION London: Nunhead Cemetery, Linden Grove
William Chadwick was contracted as a stonemason for the Holy Trinity Church and built most of Trinity Church Square in 1824. He was also the builder of the chapel on Kensal Green Cemetery in 1835-1836 after a design by John Griffith. Chadwick worked on the Great Western Railway as an engineer and he was involved in the development of the Ladbroke Estate in 1848. His grave on Nunhead Cemetery in London is marked by a large obelisk.
worked for Soane, John