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John Jenkins Cole (1815–1897) was an English architect.
Originally trained as a solicitor, Cole moved into architecture. His most notable appointment was as architect to the London Stock Exchange for 35 years. In this role he designed the Exchange's dome, new offices in Throgmorton Street and the frontage in Old Broad Street.
Other works included:
- the church of St Mary, Abberley
- Sir E Antrobus' house, Piccadilly
- offices of the Gresham Life Assurance Society, opposite Mansion House.
He also became interested in water engineering, and encouraged the use of piped water and stand pipes.
His son, Grenville Arthur James Cole, was a noted geologist.
He died at his home in Sutton on 10 May 1897 and was buried in West Norwood Cemetery.