Anthony Salvin. Maverick 19th century architect, his work is often brilliant, but rarely pays too much attention to the rules. Guided as much by fantasy as by the precepts of Gothic architecture, most of his work is in the north of England, and includes several fantastic castles.

His one major work in Suffolk is the mock-Rhenish Flixton St Mary, which may or may not have been based upon what was there before. Cautley treated his work with the utmost contempt.