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George Beaumont Nutt

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George Beaumont Nutt (1863-1921)

1922 Obituary [1]

GEORGE BEAUMONT NUTT was born at Betteshanger, Kent, on 18th July 1863, and was educated at Stafford, where he served an apprenticeship with the firm of W. G. Bagnall and Co.

At the age of twenty-one he went to Italy, and thence to Beira, East Africa, subsequently going to Brisbane.

After working for a time with the Egyptian State Railways at Cairo, he was appointed mechanical engineer to the European Commission of the Danube at Sulina.

His death took place in Rome on 30th July 1921, at the age of fifty-eight.

He became a Member of this Institution in 1898.

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