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1872 Institution of Mechanical Engineers: Members

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1872. Abel.
1872. Appleby.
1872. Bayliss.
1872. Borrie.
1872. Butler
1872. Claridge.
1872. Cowper.
1872. Douglas.
1872. Faija.
1872. Forster.
1872. Greaves.
1872. Harrison.
1872. Hind.
1872. Hughes.
1872. Jobson.
1872. Laird.
1872. Lloyd.
1872. Marshall.
1872. McKay.
1872. Napier.
1872. Parkes.
1872. Potts.
1872. Richards.
1872. Salmon.
1872. Shelley.
1872. Spittle.
1872. Teague.
1872. Waddington.
1872. Wheatley.
1872. Winby
1872. Honorary Life members and Associates.
1872. Graduates.

Note: This is a sub-section of 1872 Institution of Mechanical Engineers

The 913 Members listed in the 1872 Proceedings

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  • 1867. Inglis, William, Messrs. Hick Hargreaves and Co.'s Works, Soho Iron Works, Bolton.
  • 1872. Inman, Charles Arthur, Messrs. Clay Inman and Co., Birkenhead Forge, Beaufort Road, Birkenhead.
  • 1866. Ireland, William, care of Jonathan Ireland, Edward. Street, Broughton Lane, Manchester.

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  • 1862. Upward, Alfred, 11 Great Queen Street, Westminster, S.W.
  • 1872. Usher, Thomas, Messrs. Reay and Usher, South Hylton Iron Works, Sunderland.

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HONORARY LIFE MEMBERS.

ASSOCIATES.

GRADUATES.

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