Male, US, born 1893-08-25, died 1977-11-28

Associated with the firms network

Staunton, William Field, Jr., Architect; Webber, Staunton and Spaulding, Architects

Professional History

Draftsman, Arthur Kelley, Architect; Designer, Myron Hunt and H.C. Chambers, Architects, Pasadena, CA; Assistant Chief Architect, Federal Housing Administration (FHA), Los Angeles, CA; Partner, Webber, Staunton and Spaulding, Architects, Los Angeles, CA, 1923-1928; Principal, William F. Staunton, Jr., Architect, Pasadena, CA, 1928-1961. Staunton retired in 1961.

Staunton joined the American Institute of Architects in 1922, and belonged to its Pasadena Chapter in 1962. When surveyed in 1962, he reported being a Registered Architect in the State of CA.


B.Arch., Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, 1916;

Gargoyle Society, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, 1914; L'Ogive, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, 1914;


Born in Tombstone, AZ, Staunton lived at 1 Linda Lane, Pasadena, CA, in 1955 and 1962. In 1975, he resided at 57671 Onaga Trail, Yucca Valley, CA. He died in Los Angeles, CA, at the age of 84;

SSN: 551-50-6111; Staunton came from a well-to-do family, his name appearing regularly in the Los Angeles Times Society column; an article from 1923 noted how Staunton and his sister, Maria, gave a wedding party for the civil engineer, Daniel A. Macmillan, Jr., and his wife, Rosamond Werner, a Tennessee debutante, aboard the Staunton yacht, the Adele. (See Cora Young, "Society," Los Angeles Times, 08/05/1923, p. III 1.)

Associated Locations

  • Tombstone, AZ (Architect's Birth)
    Tombstone, AZ

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PCAD id: 754