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Henry Ogilvie Bennett (1846-1895)
1846 Born in Edinburgh, son of James Bennett, Writer To The Signet
1871 Consulting Engineer & Agnes By (unclear), lived in Leith with his brother James H Bennett and his family
1871 Entered a consulting engineering practice in Edinburgh and Glasgow with Alexander Kennedy
1871 Patent to Henry Ogilvie Bennett, of Edinburgh, in the county of Mid-Lothian, North Britain, for the invention of "an improved system of applying steam or other motive power for the traction of implements or wheeled carriages for the cultivation of land."
1874 The partnership with Kennedy ended
1881 Dissolution of the Partnership between John Edgecumbe Rendle and Henry Ogilvie Bennett, under the style or firm of Rendle, Bennett, and Company, at No. 3, Westminster-chambers, Victoria-street, Westminster, in the business of Contractors for Glazed Structures in accordance with certain Patent Inventions.
1891 Arrived in Southampton from the West Indies
1895 Died in Antigua and Barbuda