Sir Thomas Graham Jackson (1835-1924)

Sir Thomas Graham Jackson (1835-1924) was a major figure in the late-Victorian architectural scene. He was born in Hampstead in north-west London, and educated at Brighton College and then Oxford, where he became a Fellow of Wadham in 1864. He served his articles with Sir George Gilbert Scott, and is perhaps best known for his Examination Schools in Oxford (1876-82).