Survey plan of ground floor made on site
Medium and dimensions
Pen, some hatching on coarse laid paper with six fold marks, (verso) pen and some pencil (565 x 680)
Thomas Jeans (c.1775-1866), pupil August 1792-25 August 1797.
The Soane office Day Book for 1796 shows that Thomas Jeans left London on the morning of 5 August 1796 to take plans of Hinton St George. He returned on the evening of 27 August. He then spent much of the time between 29 August and 12 September drawing out plans, elevations and sections. The expenses of his trip came to £4:17:9d for which Earl Poulett was billed on 19 September 1796.