Edward Brickell White

  • American

( 29 January 1806 - 10 May 1882 ) Architect - AsNotedIn


Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Architect Market Hall and Sheds Charleston
Architect Robert William Roper House Charleston
Architect Church of the Cross Bluffton
Architect Charleston Historic District - Single Houses Charleston
Architect Daniel Morgan Monument Spartanburg
1806/01/29 Edward Brickell White is born on the Chapel Hill Plantation of St John's Berkeley Parish, South Carolina (Submerged under Lake Moultrie). Born
1844/00/00 The Huguenot Church, also called the French Huguenot Church or the French Protestant Church, is built in 1844, consecrated 1845. Architect Huguenot Church Charleston
1845/11/26 The cornerstone is laid at Trinity Episcopal Church. Designed in 1840 by White, the nave and the twin towers were constructed first, transepts added and chancel extended under the direction of White, 1861-1862. The church was finished in 1894. Architect Trinity Episcopal Church Columbia
1850/00/00 Large 2-story brick and stucco wings (east and west sides) and present main facade portico (6 Roman Ionic pillars) are constructed Architect College of Charleston Charleston
1850/00/00 St Philip's steeple is built between 1848 and 1850. Architect St Philip's Episcopal Church Charleston
1850/00/00 Building made taller and wider between 1843-1922 Architect South Carolina State Arsenal Charleston
1850/00/00 Tower Passenger Depot and double warehouses are built between Ann and John St. Tower Depot was a head type station (trains pulled in, then backed out of the depot) which impeded train traffic and was converted into a freight depot in 1852. Architect William Aiken House and Associated Railroad Structures Charleston
1852/00/00 Gate Lodge is built in the Roman Revival style, 4 pillars of the Tuscan order and pediment extend across the street facade Architect College of Charleston Charleston
1857/00/00 St Andrews Episcopal Church (440 Whilden St) is built as a chapel of easy for Christ Church Parish. Architect Mount Pleasant Historic District Mount Pleasant
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