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John Gardner (1883- )

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John Gardner (1883- )

1883 Born the son H. H. Gardner of Worthing;

m. Kathleen M. Francis, Plymouth.

Ed. Bradfield College, Berks, and King's College, London.

Articled to John Taylor & Sons, Caxton House, Westminster, Assistant on construction of filter beds at Bristol; Assistant Resident Engineer, Midhurst main drainage scheme; Resident Engineer on main drainage at Midhurst, Crowborough (Sussex), Saffron Walden (Essex), Goole (Yorkshire); camp sewage and sewage disposal works, Brocton; deep tunnel drainage, County Asylum, Bodmin; sewage disposal works and pumping and refuse destructor station, Hoddesdon, Herts,

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