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Edward Ingress Bell (1837 –1914  ) was an  English architect of the late 19th and early 20th century, who worked for many years in partnership with the more well-known Sir Aston Webb.
Bell was born in
Ingress Park, Greenhithe, Kent, and had already undertaken some modest commissions before entering into his partnership with Webb. The Victoria Law Courts in Birmingham was the first major public building they jointly undertook. He died in East Preston, Sussex.
Church of the Sacred Heart, Caterham
St James's Church,
Icklingham, Suffolk (1865)
Church of the Sacred Heart, Caterham (1881)  St Joseph's Catholic Church,
Guildford (1884; demolished) 
Victoria Law Courts, Birmingham (1886 with Webb) Cromwell Road frontage for the
Victoria and Albert Museum in South Kensington (1891 with Webb) New Buildings of
Christ's Hospital in Horsham, Sussex (1893-1902 with Webb)
Royal United Services Institute, Whitehall, London (1893-1895 with Webb) Peninsula Barracks,
Winchester, Hampshire (1897) St Andrew's Church, Fulham Fields, London (1895-1900 with Webb)
Britannia Royal Naval College at Dartmouth (c.1900 with Webb) the
Imperial College of Science, South Kensington (1900-1906 with Webb)
University of Birmingham (1900-1909 with Webb)
King's College, Cambridge (1908 with Webb)
Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge Second Court (Bright's Building),
Magdalene College, Cambridge (1908-1909 with Webb) Old Supreme Court Building, Hong Kong (1900-1912 with Webb)
The National Archives of the UK (TNA): Public Record Office (PRO) (1871). "Ancestry.com. 1871 England census". 1871 England census. pp. Class: RG10, Piece: 60, Folio: 27, Page: 46, GSU roll: 824574 . Retrieved .
"Index of Death of Edward I Bell". . FreeBMD General Register Office of England and Wales . Retrieved . Deaths Sep 1914, Bell, Edward I, 77, E. Preston, 2b 382
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"The Sacred Heart of Jesus, Caterham" (PDF). English Heritage Review of Diocesan Churches 2005. English Heritage. 2005. Archived from the original (PDF) on 13 June 2013 . Retrieved 2013.