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Alfred Burges (1800-1886), C. E., F. S. A.
c.1800 Born in Poplar
1811 Joined James Walker as a pupil
1825 Married Elizabeth Green in Edmonton
1829 Became a partner in the firm which became Walker and Burges
1838 Alfred Burges of 23 Great George Street, civil engineer, became a member of the Institution of Civil Engineers.
1861 Alfred Burges 61, civil engineer, lived in Lewisham with Alfred Burges 21
1881 Alfred Burgess 79, retired civil engineer, widower, lived in East Preston, Sussex, with Mary R. Burgess 33, Elizabeth M. Burgess 12, Eleanor Burgess 9
1886 March 12th. Alfred Burges died at Worthing.
N.B. Skempton indicated that Alfred was born in 1796