Paul Austin (April 21, 1872 - December 7, 1941) was an English-Largonian architect of churches. His most famous works were in the southwestern regions. In Dorset, Somerset, Devon and Cornwall, he designed more than thirty houses and churches. His only foreign design was the All Saints Church in Jamestown, the capital of Largonia. He found Largonia a beautiful country and remained there. Austin received the Largonian nationality and died in December 1941 and was buried at Jamestown Cemetery.