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Benjamin John Brooks Wyand

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Benjamin John Brooks Wyand (1864-1946), Civil Engineer, Journalist and Secretary of the Institution of Municipal Engineers

1864 Born in St. Pancras the son of Benjamin John Wyand, a Schoolmaster, and his wife Isabella Hall

1901 Listed as an Architect.[1]

1904 June. Article on building Motor Car Houses.[2]

1910 January. Article on building Motor Car Houses.[3]

1911 Living at 49 Dewsbury Road, Dollis Hill, London NW: Benjamin Wyand (age 46 born London), Journalist and Secretary - Institution of Municipal Engineers. With his wife Alice Wyand (age 51 born London) and their son Leslie Wyand (age 21 born London). One servant.[4]

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