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Charles Hodgson Fowler was born in 1840. He was apprenticed to architect Sir George Gilbert Scott, architect to the Dean and Chapter of Durham, and was elected Associate of the Royal Institute of British Architects in 1863 and Fellow in 1870.
He established his own architectural practice c.1863 in London but moved to Durham the following year to take up the post of Clerk of Works to Durham Cathedral. His specialism was ecclesiastical architecture. He held the posts of architect to Rochester Cathedral from 1898 and Lincoln Cathedral from 1890. He was also diocesan architect for Lincoln, York and Durham.
He died on 14 December 1910. His practice was continued by William H. Wood of Newcastle.