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Edward William Ives

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Consulting Engineer.

Inventor of the 'Ives Patent Precipitating Tank'.

1888 'Provisional Specification accepted. 16,891. Edward William Ives, 135, Gerard-street, Derbv for "Improvements in bridges, part of which are also applicable for caissons for closing or operating entrances to docks, or in other analogous positions" 8th Dec.. 1887.'[1]

1892 'Failure of a Manchester Contractor' - Edward William Ives of 7 Richmond Hill, Stretford Road. Ives, trading as E. W. Ives and Co, was declared bankrupt. He had suffered a loss, having a large claim against Heenan and Froude over a breached contract for work for the Cheshire Lines Railway. It was stated that Ives had started work at Palace Chambers, Westimster in 1874.[2]

1897 Ives was charged with assaulting Albert John Eggleston, silk manufacturer, in the Royal Hotel, Derby. The case was dimissed[3].

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Sources of Information

  1. Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal - Friday 10 February 1888
  2. Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Saturday 23 January 1892
  3. Derby Mercury, 3 March 1897