1830 – Birth of Edward Middleton Barry a English architect of the 19th century.
1856 – He worked for St. Saviour’s Church Hampstead, London.
1857 – Barry made for the Birmingham and Midland Institute and later became Birmingham Reference Library.
1857 – The Leeds Grammar School now part of Leeds University’s Business School.
1858 – Designed for the tomb of Alexander Berens in West Norwood cemetery.
1865 – Worked for Charing Cross Hotel and the Eleanor cross a Victorian replica.
1870 – Constructed the Palace of Westminster by the supervision of his father’s work.
1872 – The Wykehurst Place, near Bolney West Sussex.
1873 – Barry worked for Cobham Park House, Cobham, Surrey.
1874 – Barry worked for St Anne’s Church, Clifton, near Eccles, Manchester.
1875 – Edward worked for the The Entrance to Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge.
1875 – He worked for the monument to the Greek family of Eustratios Ralli, West Norwood cemetery.
1879 – Barry began working with his eldest brother Charles Barry (junior) the new chambers at Inner Temple, London.
1880 – Edward Middleton Barry died 27th of January.
Barry most significant contributions to London’s architectural scene is the Theatre of the Royal Opera House in Covent Garden.