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1880. Members. Honorary Life Members. Abbott.
1880. Members. Adamson.
1880. Members. Armitage.
1880. Members. Baker.
1880. Members. Bellhouse.
1880. Members. Bow.
1880. Members. Browne.
1880. Members. Campbell.
1880. Members. Chatwin.
1880. Members. Coke
1880. Members. Crippin.
1880. Members. Davy.
1880. Members. Dove.
1880. Members. Elliott.
1880. Members. Firth.
1880. Members. Gauntlett.
1880. Members. Gray.
1880. Members. Halpin.
1880. Members. Hayter.
1880. Members. Hill.
1880. Members. Hosgood.
1880. Members. Jack.
1880. Members. Jones.
1880. Members. Kirk.
1880. Members. Leslie.
1880. Members. Luthy.
1880. Members. Marshall.
1880. Members. McDonald.
1880. Members. Morris.
1880. Members. Oldham.
1880. Members. Pearce.
1880. Members. Powell.
1880. Members. Ravenhill.
1880. Members. Rixom.
1880. Members. Russell.
1880. Members. Seddon.
1880. Members. Slater.
1880. Members.
1880. Members. Stroudley.
1880. Members. Thomas.
1880. Members. Tyler.
1880. Members. Walker.
1880. Members. Welch
1880. Members. Wilkinson.
1880. Members. Worsdell.
1880. Members. Yule. Associates.
1880. Members. Graduates.
1880. Members. Graduates.
1880. Members. Graduates.

Note: This is a sub-section of 1880 Institution of Mechanical Engineers

The 1,200 Members listed in the 1880 Proceedings


  • 1865. Downing, Samuel, LL.D., Trinity College, Dublin; and 4 The Hill, Monkstown, near Dublin.
  • 1878. Lindsay, Lord, M.P., F.R.S., 47 Brook Street, Grosvenor Square, London, W.; and Haigh Hall, Wigan.
  • 1867. Morin, General Arthur, Director, Conservatoire National des Arts et Metiers, Paris.
  • 1878. Rayleigh, Lord, F.R.S., 4 Carlton Gardens, London, S.W.; and Terling Place, Witham, Essex.
  • 1867. Tresca, Henri, Engineer Sub-Director, Conservatoire National des Arts et Metiers, Paris.






  • 1864. Daglish, George Heaton, St. Helen's Foundry, St. Helen's.
  • 1866. Daniel, Edward Freer, Messrs. Thornewill and Warham, Burton Iron Works, Burton-on-Trent; and 11 Needwood Street, Burton-on-Trent.
  • 1866. Daniel, William, Messrs. John Fowler and Co., Steam Plough and Locomotive Works, Leeds; and Oxford House, Horsforth, Leeds.
  • 1861. Darby, Charles E., Brymbo Iron Works, near Wrexham.
  • 1879. Darling, William Littell, Manager of Steel Works, Dowlais Iron Works, Dowlais.
  • 1878. Darwin, Horace, 66 Hills Road, Cambridge. (Life Member.)
  • 1873, Davey, Henry, Messrs. Hatboro Davey and Co., Sun Foundry, Dewsbury Road, Leeds,
  • 1865. Davidson, James, Royal Arsenal, Laboratory Department, Woolwich.
  • 1880. Davies, Charles Merson, Locomotive Superintendent, Holkar and Scindia-Neemuch State Railway, Khandwa, India.
  • 1874. Davis, Alfred, 5 Westminster Chambers, Victoria Street, Westminster, S.W.
  • 1868. Davis, Henry Wheeler, 11 New Broad Street, London, N.C.
  • 1873. Davis, John Henry, Messrs. Nasmyth Wilson and Co., Bridgewater Foundry, Patricroft, near Manchester; and 64 Cannon Street, London, N.C.
  • 1877. Davison, John Walter, Messrs. William and John Davison, Engineers and Ironfounders, Romeo, (or care of Alfred L. Sacre, 60 Queen Victoria Street, London, E.C.)
  • 1873. Davy, David, Messrs. Davy Brothers, Park Iron Works, Sheffield.
  • 1874. Davy, Walter Scott, Messrs. Davy Brothers, Park Iron Works, Sheffield.
  • 1874. Daw, Samuel, Pearston House, 23 The Walk, Tredegarville, Cardiff.
  • 1849. Dawes, George, Milton and Elsecar Iron Works, near Barnsley.
  • 1879. Dawson, Bernard, The Laurels, Malvern Link, Malvern.
  • 1876. Dawson, Thomas Joseph, Mining Engineer, Caches, near Fence Houses.
  • 1869. Day, St. John Vincent, 115 St. Vincent Street, Glasgow.
  • 1874. Deacon, George Frederick, Municipal Offices, Dale Street, Liverpool.
  • 1880. Deacon, Richard William, Kalimaas Works, Sourabaya, Java; and Brazil Villa, Penarth, near Cardiff.
  • 1868. Dean, William, Locomotive Superintendent, Great Western Railway, Swindon.
  • 1066. Death, Ephraim, Messrs. Death and Ellwood, Albert Works, Leicester.
  • 1877. Dees, James Gibson, 36 King Street, Whitehaven.
  • 1858. Dempsey, William, 26 Great George Street, Westminster, S.W.
  • 1872. Denton, John Punshon, Tanton Hall, Stokesley, near Northallerton.
  • 1880. De Pape, William Alfred Harry, Tottenham Board of Health, Coombes Croft House, High Road, Tottenham, Middlesex.
  • 1868. Derham, John J., Brookside, near Blackburn.
  • 1880. Dickinson, John, Palmer's Hill Engine Works, Sunderland.
  • 1875. Dickinson, William, Messrs. Easton and Anderson, 3 Whitehall Place, London, S.W.
  • 1879. Dickson, John, Manager, Mersey Wheel and Axle Works, Stourbridge.
  • 1872. Dobson, Benjamin Alfred, Messrs. Dobson and Barlow, Kay Street Machine Works, Bolton.
  • 1880. Dodd, John, Messrs. Platt Brothers and Co., Hartford Iron Works, Oldham.
  • 1868. Dodman, Alfred, Highgate Foundry, Lynn.
  • 1880. Donald, James, Cornac Iron Works, Bombay.
  • 1876. Donaldson, John, Messrs. John I. Thornycroft and Co., Steam Yacht and Launch Builders, Church Wharf, Chiswick, London, W.; and Tower House, Turnham Green.
  • 1873. Donkin, Bryan, Jun., Messrs. B. Donkin and Co., Blue Anchor Road, Bermondsey, London, S.E.
  • 1877. Dossor, Arthur Loft, 33 Ladywell Park, Lewisham, Kent, S.E.
  • 1865. Douglas, Charles Prattman, Consett Iron Works, near Blackhill, County Durham; and Consett House, Consett, County Durham.
  • 1879. Douglass, James Nicholas, Engineer to the Trinity Board, Trinity House, London, E.C.
  • 1879. Douglass, William, Chief Engineer to the Commissioners of Irish Lights, Westmoreland Street, Dublin.
  • 1879. Doulton, Bernard, Lambeth Pottery, Lambeth, London, S.E.
  • 1857. Dove, George, Messrs. Cowans Sheldon and Co., St. Nicholas Iron and Engine Works, Carlisle; and Viewfield, Stanwix, near Carlisle.
  • 1873. Dove, George, Jun., Redbourn Hill Iron and Coal Works, Frodingham, near Brigg.
  • 1866. Downey, Alfred C., Messrs. Downey and Co., Coatham Iron Works, Middlesbrough; and Post Office Chambers, Middlesbrough.
  • 1880. Doxford, Robert Pile, Messrs. William Doxford and Sons, Pallion Shipbuilding and Engine Works, Sunderland.
  • 1874. Dredge, James, 35 Bedford Street, Strand, London, W.C.
  • 1877. Dubs, Charles Ralph, Messrs. Dubs and Co., Glasgow Locomotive Works, Glasgow.
  • 1877. Dubs, Henry John Sillars, Messrs. Dubs and Co., Glasgow Locomotive Works, Glasgow.
  • 1880. Duckham, Frederick Eliot, Engineer, Millwall Docks, London, E.
  • 1879. Duncan, David John Russell, Messrs. Duncan Brothers, 63 Queen Victoria Street, London, E.C.
  • 1870. Dunlop, James Wilkie, 22 Leadenhall Street, London, E.C.
  • 1865. Dyson, Robert, Messrs. Owen and Dyson, Rather Iron Works, Rotherham.






  • 1877. Imray, John, Messrs. Abel and Imray, 20 Southampton Buildings, London, W.C.
  • 1867. Inglis, William, Soho Iron Works, Shelton; and Astley Bridge, near Bolton.
  • 1872. Inman, Charles Arthur, Messrs. Clay Inman and Co., Birkenhead Forge, Beaufort Road, Birkenhead; and 45 North Corridor, The Albany, Liverpool.



  • 1869. Keen, Arthur, Patent Nut and Bolt Works, Smethwick, near Birmingham.
  • 1867. Kellett, John, 27 King Street, Wigan.
  • 1873. Kelson, Frederick Colthurst, Greenbank, Waterloo, near Liverpool.
  • 1863. Kennan, James, Agricultural Implement Works, 19 Fishamble Street, Dublin.
  • 1879. Kennedy, Alexander Blackie William, Professor of Engineering, University College, Gower Street, London, W.C.
  • 1847. Kennedy, James, Cressington Park, Aigburth, Liverpool.
  • 1863. Kennedy, John Pitt, Bombay Baroda and Central Indian Railway, 45 Finsbury Circus, London, E.C.; and 29 Lupus Street, St. George's Square, London, S.W.
  • 1868. Kennedy, Thomas Stuart, Wellington Foundry, Leeds.
  • 1875. Kenrick, George Hamilton, Messrs. A. Kenrick and Sons, Span Lane, Westbromwich; and Maple Bank, Church Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham.
  • 1866. Kershaw, John, 1 Arlington Street, Piccadilly, London, S.W.
  • 1880. Kessler, Emil, Maschinenfabrik, Esslingen, Wurtemburg, Germany.
  • 1872. King, William, Engineer, Liverpool United Gas Works, Duke Street, Liverpool.
  • 1872. Kirk, Alexander Carnegie, Messrs. Robert Napier and Sons, Lancefield House, Glasgow; and Govan Park, Govan, Glasgow.
  • 1877. Kirk, Henry, Messrs. Kirk Brothers and Co., New Yard Iron Works, Workington.
  • 1875. Kirkwood, James, Chief Engineer, Revenue Steamer "Fei-Hu," Hong Kong, China (or care of Frederick Degenaer, Zetland Street, Hong Kong, China); and Broad Street, Denny..
  • 1861. Kirtley, William, Locomotive Superintendent, London Chatham and Dover Railway, Longhedge Works, Wandsworth Road, London, S.W.
  • 1859, Kitson, James, Jun., Monk Bridge Iron Works, Leeds.
  • 1868. Kitson, John Hawthorn, Airedale Foundry, Leeds.
  • 1874. Klein, Thorvald, Cliff Vale Wagon Works, Stoke-upon-Trent.
  • 1875. Knight, John Henry, Weybourne House, Farnham.
  • 1877. Kortright, Lawrence Moore, Superintendent of Public Works, St. Kitts, West Indies; and care of G. D. Kortright, Plas Teg, near Mold, Flintshire.








  • 1873. Radcliffe, Arthur Henry Wright, 5 Carr's Lane. Birmingham.
  • 1870. Radcliffe, William, Camden House, Collegiate Crescent, Sheffield.
  • 1878. Radford, Richard Heber, 15 St. James' Row, Sheffield.
  • 1868. Rafarel, Frederic William, Cwmbran Nut and Bolt Works, near Newport, Monmouthshire.
  • 1878. Rait, Henry Milnes, Messrs. Rail and Lindsay, Cranstonhill Foundry, Glasgow; and 155 Fenchurch Street, London, E.C.
  • 1847. Ramsbottom, John, Fernhill, Alderley Edge, Cheshire.
  • 1866. Ramsden, Sir James, Abbot's Wood, Barrow-in-Furness.
  • 1878. Ramsden, Robert, 177 Kingsland Road, London, E.
  • 1860. Ransome, Allen, 304 King's Road, Chelsea, London, S.W.
  • 1869. Ransome, Robert Charles, Messrs. Ransomes Sims and Head, Orwell Works, Ipswich.
  • 1862. Ransome, Robert James, Messrs. Ransomes and Rapier, Waterside Iron Works, Ipswich.
  • 1873. Rapier, Richard Christopher, Messrs. Ransomes and Rapier, Waterside Iron Works, Ipswich; and 5 Westminster Chambers, Victoria Street, Westminster, S.W.
  • 1867. Ratliffe, George, Mersey Steel and Iron Works, Caryl Street, Liverpool.
  • 1862. Ravenhill, John R., 27 Courtfield Gardens, South Kensington, London, S.W.
  • 1872. Rawlins, John, Manager, Metropolitan Railway Carriage and Wagon Works, Saltley, Birmingham.
  • 1878. Rawlinson, Robert, C.B., Chief Inspector, Local Government Board, Whitehall, London, S.W.
  • 1870. Reed, Sir Edward James, K.C.B., M.P., F.R.S., Broadway Chambers, Westminster, S.W.
  • 1859. Rennie, George Banks, Messrs. J. and G. Rennie, Albion Iron Works, Holland Street, Blackfriars Road, London, S.E.; and 20 Lowndes Street, Lowndes Square, London, S.W.
  • 1878. Rennie, John, Metropolitan Buildings, 63 Queen Victoria Street, London, E.C.
  • 1879. Rennie, John Keith, Messrs. J. and G. Rennie, Albion Iron Works, Holland Street, Blackfriars Road, London, S.E.
  • 1876. Restler, James William, Assistant Engineer, Southwark and Vauxhall Water Works, Sumner Street, Southwark, London, S.E.
  • 1862. Reynolds, Edward, Messrs. Vickers Sons and Co., River Don Works, Sheffield.
  • 1879. Reynolds, George Bernard, Assistant Manager, Warora Coal State Railway, Warora, Central Provinces, India: (or care of Messrs. Stilwell, 22 Arundel Street, Strand, London, W.C.)
  • 1875. Rich, William Edmund, Engineer, Messrs. Eastons and Anderson, 3 Whitehall Place, London, S.W.
  • 1866. Richards, Edward Windsor, Messrs. Bolckow Vaughan and Co., Iron Works, Middlesbrough.
  • 1856. Richards, Josiah, Pontypool Iron and Tinplate Works, Pontypool.
  • 1863. Richardson, The Hon. Edward, C.M.G., Minister of Public Works, Christchurch, Canterbury, New Zealand.
  • 1865. Richardson, John, Methley Park, near Leeds.
  • 1873. Richardson, John, Engineer to Messrs. Robey and Co., Perseverance Iron Works, Lincoln.
  • 1859. Richardson, William, Messrs. Platt Brothers and Co., Hartford Iron Works, Oldham.
  • 1874. Riches, Tom Hurry, Locomotive Superintendent, Taff Vale Railway, Cardiff.
  • 1873. Rickaby, Alfred Austin, Bloomfield Engine Works, Sunderland.
  • 1879. Ridley, James Cartmell, Queen Street, Newcastle-on-Tyne.
  • 1863. Rigby, Samuel, Messrs. Armitage and Rigby's, Cock Hedge Mill, Warrington.
  • 1874. Riley, James, General Manager, Steel Company of Scotland, 150 Hope Street, Glasgow.
  • 1879. Rixom, Alfred John, Superintendent Colonial Section, School of Practical Engineering, Crystal Palace, Sydenham, S.E.
  • 1879. Roberts, Thomas Herbert, Assistant Mechanical Superintendent, Grand Trunk Railway, Brockville, Ontario, Canada.
  • 1879. Robertson, Duncan, Principal Surveyor for Scotland, Underwriters' Registry for Iron Vessels, 30 Gordon Street, Glasgow.
  • 1848. Robertson, Henry, M.P., Great Western Railway, Shrewsbury; and 13 Lancaster Gate, London, W.; and Pale, Corwen.
  • 1879. Robertson, William, Messrs. Boyd and Co., Engineers and Shipbuilders, Shanghai, China: (or care of Donald Nicolson, New Zealand Chambers, 34 Leadenhall Street, London, E.C.)
  • 1874. Robinson, Henry, 7 Westminster Chambers, Victoria Street, Westminster, S.W.
  • 1876. Robinson, James Salkeld, Messrs. Thomas Robinson and Son, Rochdale.
  • 1859. Robinson, John, Messrs. Sharp Stewart and Co., Atlas Works, Manchester; and Westwood Hall, Leek, near Stoke-upon-Trent.
  • 1878. Robinson, John Frederick, Messrs. Sharp Stewart and Co., Atlas Works, Manchester.
  • 1878. Robinson, Thomas Neild, Messrs. Thomas Robinson and Son, Railway Works, Rochdale.
  • 1866. Robson, Thomas, Mining Engineer, Lumley Thicks, Fence Houses.
  • 1879. Rodger, William, 7 Rampart Row, Bombay.
  • 1872. Rofe, Henry, Resident Engineer, Nottingham Water Works, St. Peter's Gate, Nottingham; and 111 Forest Road West, Nottingham.
  • 1868. Rogers, William, East London and Queenstown Railway, Queenstown, Cape of Good Hope (or care of J. Kenyon Rogers, 9e Tower Chambers, Liverpool.)
  • 1878. Rolfe, Charles Spencer, 5 Westminster Chambers, Victoria Street, Westminster, S.W.
  • 1871. Rollo, David, Messrs. David Rollo and Sons, Fulton Engine Works, 10 Fulton Street, Liverpool.
  • 1867. Rose, Henry Fullwood, Albert Iron Works, Mosley, near Wednesbury.
  • 1867. Rose, Thomas, Machine Works, 37 Victoria Street, Manchester.
  • 1874. Ross, John Alexander George, 34 Collingwood Street, Newcastle-on-Tyne.
  • 1850. Rouse, Frederick, Great Northern Railway, Locomotive Department, Peterborough.
  • 1878. Routh, William Pole, 25 Rua de S. Francisco, Oporto, Portugal: (or care of Cyril E. Routh, 30 Jewry Street, Crutched. Friars, Loudon, E.C.)
  • 1880. Routledge, Thomas, Ford Paper Works, Sunderland; and Claxheugh, Sunderland.
  • 1860. Rumble, Thomas William, Chief Engineer, Southwark and Vauxhall Water Works, Sumner Street, Southwark, London, S.E. (Life Member.)
  • 1878. Russell, The Hon. William, George Town, Demerara; and 65 Holland Park, London, W.
  • 1867. Ruston, Joseph, Messrs. Ruston Proctor and Co., Sheaf Iron Works, Lincoln.
  • 1877. Rutter, Edward, Messrs. Seaward and Co., Canal Iron Works, Millwall, London, E.
  • 1866. Ryland, Frederick, Messrs. A. Kenrick and Sons, Spon Lane, Westbromwich.




  • 1875. Unsworth, Thomas, 14 Marsden Street, Brown Street, Manchester.
  • 1878. Unwin, William Cawthorne, Professor of Engineering, Royal Indian Engineering College, Cooper's Hill, Staines.
  • 1862. Upward, Alfred, 8 Queen Anne's Gate, Westminster, S.W.
  • 1875. Urquhart, Thomas, Locomotive Superintendent, Grazi and Tsaritsin Railway, Borisoglebsk, Russia (or care of John Maclachlan, 15 Hamilton Street, Greenock).




  • 1878. Yates, Henry, Brantford, Ontario, Canada.
  • 1880. Yates, William, Locomotive Works, Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway, Miles Platting, Manchester.
  • 1879. Yeomans, David Maitland, 13 Lexham Gardens, Cromwell Road, London, W.
  • 1879. Young, George Scholey, Messrs. T. A. Young and Son, Orchard Place, Blackwall, London, E.
  • 1874. Young, James, Managing Engineer, Lambton Colliery Works, Fence Houses,
  • 1879. Young, James, Low Moor Iron Works, near Bradford.
  • 1861. Yule, William, Messrs. J. H. Young and Co., 53 Mill Street, Bridgeton, Glasgow.




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