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Thomas Edward Ainger

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Thomas Edward Ainger ( -c1857)

1842 Thomas Edward Ainger of Upper Ground Street, Blackfriars, became a graduate member of the Institution of Civil Engineers.[1]


1858 Obituary [2]

MR. THOMAS EDWARD AINGER was elected a Graduate of the Institution on the 1st March 1842.

He contributed a Paper to the Institution, and his decease occurred in the year 1856, or 1857, in Brazil, where he had charge, as Resident Engineer, of the construction of a portion of the Dom Pedro 11. Railway, under Mr. E. Price, Assoc. Inst. C.E., the Contractor for the Line.


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