Thomas Willement Junior (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.
Thomas Willement Junior
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::