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Charles Coxhead Lindsay

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of St Vincent Street, Glasgow

1862-9 Attended Queen's University, Ireland

1862-7 Apprenticed at W. and A. McOnie, engineers of Glasgow

1869-70 Engineer on Belfast Central Railway

1871 and 1873-4 Chief assistant to Storry and Smith on Irvine Harbour improvement and also on construction of some waterworks

1872-3 Chief assistant on contruction of the works of the Steel Company of Scotland

Worked on various railway, waterworks and graving dock constructions

Member of the Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders in Scotland

1880 Became an Associate Member of Inst Civil Engineers

1887 Became a Member of Inst Civil Engineers

1916 of 180 Hope Street, Glasgow

1920 of Harley House, Regent's Park, London[1]

1928 Died in London[2]

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. Post Office London Directory
  2. national probate calendar
  • Civil Engineer records