Jackson, Thomas Graham, Sir, 1st Baronet, of Eagle House, Wimbledon (1835 -1924)

Thomas Graham Jackson was educated at Brighton College and then Wadham College, Oxford, of which he wrote a history, before being articled as a pupil to Sir George Gilbert Scott. He was to become one of the most distinguished English architects of his generation. He is best remembered for his work at Oxford, especially, Hertford College, the Bridge of Sighs over New College Lane, and much of Brasenose College. Jackson was also a prolific author of carefully researched works in architectural history, often illustrated with sketches made during his extensive travels. He was created a Baronet, of Eagle House in Wimbledon in Surrey, in 1913.

Seat / Residence(s): Eagle House, Wimbledon, Surrey
Stamp(s) Stamp Information
Jackson, Thomas Graham, Sir, 1st Baronet, of Eagle House, Wimbledon (1835 - 1924) (Stamp 1) Monogram: T G J
Helmet: Knight
Arms: Quarterly 1 & 4 ermine a greyhound courant 2 & 3 on a bend three mullets pierced impaling a chevron vair between three wolves (?) passant
Quarterings: 1 & 4 ermine a greyhound courant 2 & 3 on a bend three mullets pierced
Impalement: a chevron vair between three wolves (?) passant
Heraldic Charges: bend, on a, Heraldic Charges: chevron between, Heraldic Charges: greyhound, Heraldic Charges: mullets (3), Heraldic Charges: wolves (3)