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Gustaff Lagerheim

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Gustaf, Gustaff or Gustav Lagerheim

1820 Captain Gustaf Laguheim, First Engineer of the Gotha Canal, became a member of the Institution of Civil Engineers.[1]


1866 Obituary [2]

COLONEL FREDETICK BLOM, who was elected a Member of the Institution of Civil Engineers April 10, 1832, and -

CAPTAIN GUSTAF LAGERHEIM, who joined the Institution of Civil Engineers, as a Member, May 23, 1820, were both distinguished officers in the Swedish service, and had been connected with Mr. Telford in his works in Sweden.

It is to be regretted that it has not been practicable to procure the materials from whence to draw up memoirs of these two distinguished Engineer Officers and Members of the Institution.


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