Thomas Willement (1786 - 1871)
RA Collection: People and Organisations
Writer on heraldry, and stained-glass artist. To 1845 he was based in London but accepted commissions from elsewhere in Britain; from 1845 to 1871 he worked from Faversham, Kent.
Regal Heraldry. The Armorial Insignia Of The Kings And Queens of England, From Coeval Authorities. By Thomas Willement, F.S.A. - London: 1821
Details of Elizabethan architecture - London: 1839
John Green Waller
A Series Of Monumental Brasses, From The Thirteenth To The Sixteenth Century. Drawn And Engraved By J.G. And L.A.B. Waller. - Parts I. To X. [Epigraph] - London:: 1842.
Peter Frederick Robinson
Vitruvius Britannicus. - History Of Hardwicke Hall: Illustrated By Plans, Elevations, And Internal Views Of The Apartments, From Actual Measurement. - By P.F. Robinson, Architect, F.S.A. And F.G.S. Vice President Of The Institute Of British Architects; Author Of A Work On Rural Architecture; An Essay On The Age Of Mickleham Church, In Surrey; A Series Of Designs For Ornamental Villas; Designs For Farm Buildings; Village Architecture; And A Series Of Designs For Park Entrances, Gate Lodges, Etc. - - London::