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Ebenezer Rogers

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1851 Mine Surveyor, Abercarne, Monmouthshire.[1]

1850s Ebenezer Rogers and Herbert Francis Mackworth patented a design of open top kiln for coking

1855 Patent on improvement of safety doors in mines[2]

1856 Patent to Ebenezer Rogers, of Abercarn, and Herbert Mackworth, of Clifton, in the county of Gloucester, for the invention of "improvements in cooking, and in apparatus for that purpose.[3]

1859 President of the South Wales Institute of Engineers

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Sources of Information

  1. 1851 Institution of Mechanical Engineers: New Members
  2. The London Gazette 21 December 1855
  3. The London Gazette 11 July 1856