Reveley, Henry Willey

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Reveley, Henry Willey (1788–1875). English architect, the son of Willey Reveley. He was civil engineer at Cape Town, Cape Colony, South Africa from 1826 where he built the Doric St Andrew's Presbyterian Church (1827) and the Ionic St George's Church (1828). He then settled in Western Australia, where he designed the Gaol, Fremantle (1830), and the Court House (1837), and erected other public buildings in Perth. He returned to England in 1838.

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Colvin (1995);
JRWAHS, viii/8 (1976), 24–42;
Lewcock (1963)