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Thomas Thomas Marks

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Thomas Thomas Marks (1845-1901)


1902 Obituary [1]

. . . . After serving articles with Professor Henry Robinson, he was employed by Messrs. J. G. Meiggs, Son and Company, from July, 1889, to January, 1891, on the surveys for the Port of Santa Fe, for the Railway in connection therewith, and for the line from Hamirez to Diamante in the province of Entre Rios.

In March, 1891, he was engaged by Messrs. Eckersley, Godfrey and Liddlelow to assist in the survey for the Piraeus-Larissa Railway, and from 1896 to 1898 he was employed for Sir John Jackson on the Keyham Dockyard extension.

In the autumn of 1899 he was appointed by Messrs. Coode, Son and Matthews as Assistant Engineer, under Mr. J. H. Bostock, to take charge of the Graving Dock and other works in connection therewith at Colombo Harbour, Ceylon. . . . . [more]



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