British Architect Sir Christopher Wren and His Protege Nicholas Hawksmoor, Prenuptial Agreements Throughout History and Their Manipulation, and the Wealthy Paying to Move Public Roads Away From an Estate

Sir Christopher Wren was the most prestigious name in architecture during the 17th century. Wren was considered a wonder of his era, and Britain’s greatest living architect. Wren designed St. Paul’s Cathedral and over 50 churches after London, England’s great fire of 1666. Wren’s protege was Nicholas Hawksmoor who was given control over certain projects like the Easton Neston house in Northamptonshire, England. Hawksmoor was born around 1662, to a poor farming family in Nottinghamshire, England....

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