Herbert Fuller-Clark

Alice Maud Tewson married Herbert Fuller-Clark (1869-27.9.34), seen here in 1905, on 2 January 1910. He was an Arts and Crafts architect who is principally known for his remodelling of the interior of the grade 2* listed Black Friar public house just north of Blackfriars Bridge in London. Below is the paragraph from Pevsner’s ‘Buildings of England’ (1999) about the Black Friar with an accompanying photograph. A detailed article by Fuller-Clark himself from the Architects Journal of 9 January 1924 can be found here. He was also responsible for “one of South East Marylebone’s architectural gems” (to quote the Survey of London).

Herbert and Maud had a son, Herbert Tewson Fuller-Clark (1913-24.3.1942) who had a career in the army and died in India. See also https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Herbert_Fuller-Clark.