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J. E. K. Cutts

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Died  1938
Structures  Selly Oak Elim Church, St Andrew's Church, Walsall

John Edward Knight Cutts (1847 - 1938) was a prolific church architect in England.

Cutts was born 20 March 1847 in Nottinghamshire, England and died 20 August 1938, near Acton, Ontario, Canada. Cutts attended the Felsted School, Felsted, 1862 – 1865. He was elected a Fellow of the Royal Institute of British Architects in 1891. With his brother, John Priston Cutts, he designed and supervised the construction of 46 churches in England between 1873 and 1912. He retired to Canada in 1912.


  • Oxhey Chapel
  • Holy Trinity, Rickmansworth Road, Northwood
  • St Saviour, Hanley Road, Upper Holloway
  • Christ Church and St John, Manchester Road, Isle of Dogs
  • St Philip, Philip Lane, Tottenham
  • St Paul, St Albans
  • Christ Church, North Kensington, London
  • Herne Hill Mission Competition, London
  • Wilberforce Memorial Church of St. Luke, Camberwell, London
  • St. Andrew’s Church, Longton, Lancashire
  • St Andrew's Church, Walsall
  • S Luke the Evangelist, New Brompton, Gillingham, Kent (1908)
  • S Barnabas, Nelson Road, Gillingham Kent
  • St Wulstan's Church, Bournbrook, 1906
  • St Mark, Bush Hill Park, Enfield, Middlesex 1893–1915
  • St George, Freezywater, Enfield, Middlesex 1900–1906
  • References

    J. E. K. Cutts Wikipedia

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