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Date of Birth May 24, 1900
Date of Death 23 January 1979
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Profession Architect
Horoscope Gemini

Jocelyn Frere Adburgham Biography

Jocelyn Frere Adburgham is a famous British architect, who was born on May 24, 1900 in . According to Astrologers, Jocelyn Frere Adburgham's zodiac sign is Gemini.

Jocelyn Frere Adburgham (formerly Abram) (24 May 1900–23 January 1979) was a British architect and town planner, and the first woman admitted to professional membership of what is now the Royal Town Planning Institute.

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Jocelyn Adburgham was known as Jocelyn Abram until 1936, when her mother changed the family name by deed poll. She was born in 1900 in Peaslake, Surrey, the youngest of three children of Edward William Abram (1869–1929) and his wife, Lucy, née Ashton (1865–1942). The family was then prosperous, and Jocelyn was sent to several boarding schools before attending Notting Hill High School for Girls in London. In 1917, she and her sister, Sylvia, went to Bedford College, but both left without gaining a university matriculation qualification.

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Her choice of career may have been influenced by the fact that her father was one of the founders of two important architectural periodicals that still exist today, the Builders’ Journal, later renamed the Architects’ Journal, and the Architectural Review. From 1920 to 1922 she studied at the Central School of Arts and Crafts, London, where she took classes in drawing, design and structural mechanics, as well as architectural history.

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From 1922 to 1926 Abram worked as an architectural assistant at two firms, firstly W. H. Gaze & Son, and then P. A. Staynes & A. H. Jones. In 1926 she joined the office of the leading architect-planner and surveyor William Robert Davidge, who perhaps became her mentor. It was at this time that she passed the exams of the Town Planning Institute and became its first woman professional member, in 1928.

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In the 1930s she worked mainly as a planner at Davidge's practice, including on plans, reports and projects for counties including Kent, Surrey, Berkshire, Oxfordshire and Cambridgeshire. In 1932, she sought to extend her qualifications to architecture, as she applied to become a licentiate member (a member who could demonstrate competence without having passed formal examinations) of the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA). Adburgham was 'much admired by her colleagues as a model of the independent professional woman'.

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