James Savage

[architect] James Savage (1779–1852) was a British architect, perhaps best known for designing St Luke`s Church, Chelsea. ==Life== Savage was born in Hoxton, London, on 10 April 1779. He was educated at a private school in Stockwell and then articled to Daniel Asher Alexander, architect of the London Docks, for whom he worked for several ...
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James Savage

[banker] James Savage (1784–1873) was one of the founding fathers of Provident Institution for Savings in the Town of Boston established in 1816 as the first chartered savings bank in the United States. James was also well known for his research as an antiquary as author of `A Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England; ...
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James Savage

[footballer] James Savage (born 12 May 1876, date of death unknown) was an English professional footballer who played as a winger. He played in the Football League for Burnley, in addition to spells in non-league football with Nelson and Trawden Forest. ...
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James Savage

[antiquary] James Savage (1767–1845) was an English antiquary, who worked as printer, bookseller, librarian and newspaper editor. ==Life== Born at Howden, Yorkshire, on 30 August 1767, he was the son of James Savage, a bell and clock maker. When about sixteen years old he became a contributor to the journals published in the neighbourhood...
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