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Kinipple and Morris

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1878. Graving dock at R. and H. Green's shipbuilding yard, Blackwall.

Civil engineers of London and Greenock

1874 Walter Robert Kinipple associated with himself Mr. William Morris, and all his works, except those in Scotland, were carried out jointly from that date until the death of Mr. Morris in 1886.

1891 Mr. William Jaffrey, who had for a number of years been Chief Assistant to Mr. Kinipple, became a partner and was associated with him (presumably as Kinipple and Jaffrey) in the execution of all works until Mr. Kinipple’s retirement on considerations of health in 1896.

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