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Thomas Hind Blumer Heslop

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Thomas Hind Blumer Heslop (1850-1915), County Surveyor of Norfolk

1916 Obituary [1]

THOMAS HIND BLUMER HESLOP, born on the 10th November, 1850, died at Norwich on the 1st November, 1915.

For 30 years, up to the date of his death, he had filled the office of County Surveyor of Norfolk, including the supervision of roads and bridges throughout the county, and work in connection with many public buildings.

Previously he had been Assistant to the Borough Engineer of North Shields, Engineer and Surveyor to Houghton-le-Spring Local Board, and District Surveyor to Alnwick and to Kingston (Surrey) Highway Boards.

He was elected an Associate Member on the 18th May, 1885, and was transferred to the class of Members on the 16th November, 1896.

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