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A.S.G. Blackmore, architect

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Date: 1948-1991
History: A.S.G. Blackmore was educated at Stoneygate, Leicester, Oakham School, Rutland and then seven years at the Nottingham School of Architecture. Following National Service (in which he was commissioned in the Royal Engineers), he transferred to the Army Emergency Reserve and finally the Regular Army Reserve of Officers. In 1961 he was appointed as a Magistrate, serving thirty years on the Bench, (with twenty as Chairman). He practiced in Architecture for 47 years, retiring in 1993, from his home in West Ashton. In his spare time he pursued a love of music, and published An index of composers in 1993.
Places:
  • West Ashton, Wiltshire
Sources of authority: A.S.G. Blackmore, An index of composers, 1993
Functions, occupations and activities: Business and professional services > Architects
Name authority reference: GB/NNAF/C241386
Collections
  Description Held by Reference Further information
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1948-1991: architectural plans and correspondence concerning projects chiefly in Wiltshire
Wiltshire and Swindon History Centre
NRA 45067

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