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Charles William Earle Marsh

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Charles William Earle Marsh

1922 D.L., J.P., M.Inst.C.E., Civil Engineer, Rockdale, Stow Park, Newport, lion. T. N.: 3339 Newport. s. of the late Capt. H. Liodfrey Marsh of Winterbourne Park, Gloucestershire. Pupil of late S. H. Yockney, M.Inst.C.E., and during his pupilage served a period in passing through the various workshops of the Monmouthshire Railway and Canal Co.; for some time an Assistant to S. H. Yockney and Son, on railway, waterworks, and other engineering works. Senior Managing Partner of the Isca Foundry and Engineering Co., Newport, Mon., and London, E.C., where he was engaged for many years in designing, constructing and carrying out engineering undertakings at home and in other countries. Deputy Lieutenant and Justice of the Peace for the County of Monmouth and Justice of the Peace for the County Borough of Newport, Mon.; High Sheriff for Monmouthshire, 1900-I. Club: Constitutional, Northumberland Avenue, London.

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