NamePorden; William (1754-1822); architect
Name TypePerson
ForenamesWilliam
SurnamePorden
Dates1754-1822
Epithetarchitect
Gender IdentityMale
RelationshipsSon of Thomas Purden or Porden, labourer; grandson of Roger Pourden of York, architect
Source'A Biographical Dictionary of British Architects, 1600-1840', 4th edition, 2008, by Howard Colvin, pages 822-823
Related catalogue entries
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D8760/F/FWP/1Correspondence of William Porden
D8760/E/L/1/1/2Lease by Peter William Baker to William Porden of a piece of land in Upper Berkeley Street, parish of St Marylebone, London
D8760/F/FWP/1/2/1Letter from Joseph Kay to his father-in-law William Porden, relating to the health of his wife Sarah Henrietta
D8760/F/FWP/1/4Letters received by William Porden from other correspondents
D8760/F/FWP/2Diaries and commonplace books of William Porden
D8760/F/FWP/3/2Copy of last will and testament of William Porden, made 8 Apr 1821
D8760/F/FKA/1/2Letters from William Porden to his daughter Sarah Henrietta Kay
D8760/F/FEP/7/5Report of the examination of the body of Mrs Eleanor Franklin by Doctor G.J. Guthrie
D8760/F/FEP/1/2Letters from William Porden to his daughter Eleanor Anne Porden
D8760/F/FEP/1/8/8Letter from William Gifford to Eleanor Anne Porden, apologising for not having read a piece of poetry
D8760/F/FWP/3Documents of William Porden
D8760/F/FWP/1/2/3Letter from William Porden Kay to his grandfather William Porden, relating to his stay in Brighton
D8760/F/FEP/4/1The Veils; or The Triumph of Constancy: A Poem in 6 Books, by Eleanor Anne Porden
D8760/F/FWP/1/5Correspondence between William Porden and John Taylor, mostly relating to the poetry of Eleanor Anne Porden and its publication
D8760/E/L/1/1/1Agreement between William Porden and Messrs John Sawyer to erect a house in Upper Berkeley Street, parish of St Marylebone, London
D8760/F/FWP/1/2/4Letter from Mary Anne Kay to her grandfather William Porden
D8760/F/FEP/1/2/1Letter from William Porden to his daughter Eleanor Porden, praising her good lessons, written deliberately with great legibility
D8760/F/FEP/5The Attic Chest, comprising writings gathered together and edited by Eleanor Anne Porden and her father William Porden, with drafts and related papers
D8760/F/FEP/3/3/5Poem entitled "Enigma, To Mr Porden"
D8760/F/FWPRecords of William Porden, father-in-law of Sir John Franklin
D8760/F/FWP/1/1/1First page of letter from William Porden to his wife Mary Porden, relating to meeting with the Prince Regent and Mrs Fitzherbert about plans for her new house near the New Pavilion at Brighton, Sussex
D8760/F/LIB/8/3/1Photographic prints (2) of portrait of William Porden
D8760/F/FWP/1/2/2Letter from William Porden Kay to his grandfather William Porden, relating to his stay in Brighton
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