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Andrew Aitken Haddin

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Andrew Aitken Haddin (1849-1892)

1893 Obituary [1]

ANDREW AITKEN HADDIN, son of the Rev. John Haddin, was born at Glasgow on the 19th of April, 1849, and was educated at Rothesay and at Glasgow University, where he passe4 through the Engineering curriculum. He studied hard, took a good position in the classes, and obtained the certificate of proficiency in Engineering Science.

In 1867 he was for some six months in the employment of Kyle and Frew, Land Surveyors, of Glasgow, and was then articled to W. R. Copland for three years, during which time he gained experience on the Dumbarton Waterworks, on the water-supply of Innellan and of Callander, on the Bill for acquiring Glasgow Gasworks,: on the arbitration:as to the Dundee Gasworks, and on various other undertakings.....[more]

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