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A. P. I. Cotterell

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1914. Sewage works at Harpenden.

Albert Player Isaac Cotterell (1862-1951). M.Inst.C.E., M.Cons.E., M.Inst.W.E., of A. P. I. Cotterell and Son

c.1862 Born in Bath

1911 Albert Player Isaac Cotterell 49, civil engineer, lived in Bristol with Annie Maria Cotterell 49, Olive Mary Cotterell 21, Phyllis Cotterell 20, Gilbert Thorp Cotterell 19, engineering student, Joyce Cotterell 17, Godfrey Sturge Cotterell 14, Albert Player Cotterell 11[1]

President I.San.E.

Gold Medallist of Institute of Sanitary Engineers, for services to Sanitary Engineering.

1939 London engineer.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1911 census