Frank Teesdale is a mortal descendent of James Teesdale, on whose land the Bishopsgate Mental Asylum was eventually built.


Little is known of Frank Teesdale, bar that he worked with Bishopsgate during the tenure of Edward Brake, primarily on two commissions: The first was the sculpting of a statue of Ignatius Hopper following the man's heart attack in 1898; the second was the drawing up of architectural plans for the facility's basements, sub-basements, and Medical Center, a project that began in early 1907.


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