HARVEY, Frederick E

1779 - 1861

Frederick E Harvey was born at Levington, near Ipswich around 1779 and he married at St Mary le Tower Church, Ipswich on 27 December 1807 Hannah May and their eldest child Edward Frederick was born on 15 December 1808. An architect, surveyor and builder at Carr Street, Ipswich in 1839 but had declined his business as a builder in 1830 to concentrate on his architectural practice. He designed several buildings in and around Ipswich including St Andrew's Vicarage at Rushmere in 1827, the Holy Trinity Chapel, St Clement's, Ipswich in 1836, St Clement's Church of England School, Ipswich in 1852 and a house for Major Charles Walker at Levington around 1830. He also exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1833. In 1861 a retired builder living at Great Bealings, Woodbridge, Suffolk with a 41-year-old Ipswich born second wife Mary A. and a 37-year-old daughter Eunice M. who was born at Ipswich. He died at Great Bealings, near Ipswich on 19 July 1861 and was buried at St Mary's Church, Great Bealings, Suffolk on 27 July 1861, aged 82 when his executors were two of his children Edward Frederick Harvey, a colliery agent of Tipton, Staffordshire, and an unmarried daughter Sarah Jane Harvey who was born on 13 October 1826.

Royal Academy Exhibits
from Ipswich, Suffolk
1833 1059 Design for a cast-iron Aquaduct in the Gothic Style