The company was established to commercialize the ground-penetrating radar technology developed by A-Cubed, a research and development entity. Biography Citation for the Cecil Green Enterprise Award When Peter Annan, Lowry Chua, Steve Cosway, and David Leggatt organized Sensors and Software incommercial versions of ground-penetrating radar had been in existence for roughly 14 years and had been used successfully in many parts of the world to solve a vast array of geologic and engineering problems. The antennas were too heavy to easily survey ceilings and walls for example.
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We will remove any items with copyright infringements immediately. The old name was Marybone, a corruption of Maryborne, referring to the church of St Mary by the bourne built in the early s.
But even today, there are alternative pronunciations, essentially English and French. The French population then was Protestant, part of the Huguenot diaspora particularly associated in London with Spitalfields.
Consequently, Marylebone became a vital counter-revolutionary centre and it is likely that this association with France helped to bring about the dominance of the French-sounding form of the place name. The French Chapel in Watercolour by Thomas G. As the effective leader of the exiled French clergy, working with the Vicar Apostolic of London, Bishop John Douglass, de La Marche was behind the opening of several French chapels including that in Marylebone.
The street was as yet only half built up.
Funds for building came from French exiles and English sympathizers, Protestant as well as Catholic, including the Marchioness of Buckingham who had converted to Catholicism in A substantial grant came from the Montreal branch of the Society of Saint-Sulpice.
Much of the physical work was carried out by priests and their compatriots. Dedicated to Our Lady of the Annunciation, the chapel opened on 15 March with a grand service of consecration attended by French royalty and senior ecclesiastics.
Front elevation,by Henry Petit, architect. Infollowing the restoration of the monarchy, Louis XVIII formally granted it the status of Chapel Royal and a grant sufficiently large to allow pew-rents to be abolished.
This led to the attendance of many poor Catholics, Irish and English as well as French, and the chapel had to be enlarged, resulting in a second aisle, gallery, and additional accommodation.
Financial support from France stopped with the revolution of Julybut was later reinstated, finally ending under the Third Republic in Thereafter the chapel depended, as originally, on voluntary subscriptions and became effectively a private chapel.
A fund-raising campaign for repairs and a new lease from the Portman Estate was set up under the leadership of Cardinal Manning, who rededicated the chapel to St Louis de France. Improvements to the building in were overseen by the architect Henry Petit of Welbeck Street —whose Paris-born parents had eventually settled in Marylebone.
But when the new lease was obtained it was for only 25 years. Ground plan,by Henry Petit, architect.
There were windows only at the front, and the space was therefore dependent on toplighting. Upper level plan,by Henry Petit, architect. This was destroyed inwhen velvet hangings over the altar caught light at the funeral of the Countess de Lavradio, wife of the Portuguese Ambassador.
Long section,by Henry Petit, architect. Closure followed soon after the death of the long-serving priest, the Very Rev. Louis Toursel or Tersel, ina final service being held on 12 February Soon afterwards the seating and other fittings were stripped out.
The lease had only a couple of years to run and although there was some negotiation for a new one the unauthorized removal of the fittings caused difficulty and the building was surrendered together with a payment apparently for reinstatement.
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Steven Cosway was a recipient of the Cecil Green Enterprise Award with Peter Annan, David Leggatt, and Lowry Chua as a co-founder of Sensors & Software.. Cecil Green Enterprise Award SEG is honoring Peter Annan, David Leggatt, Steven Cosway, and Lowry Chua with the Cecil Green Enterprise Award for founding Sensors & Software, Inc.
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