Bertram Clough Williams-Ellis

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Bertram Clough Williams-Ellis
Born 28 May 1883
Died 9 April 1978 (aged 94)
Occupation Architect
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Bertram Clough Williams-Ellis was an architect who gave assistance to the old company and the revived company, among other things on landscaping Dduallt and the new-old entry into Blaenau Ffestiniog.

He was a grandson of John Whitehead Greaves.

He is best known for his Italianate village at Portmeirion.

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