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c.1811 born in St Stevens, Cornwall
Pupil at Boulton and Watt
1833 Worked for Boulton and Watt on the erection of steam engines and machinery generally
1844 of Fenchurch St, London, working for Boulton and Watt. Proposal to become an Associate of the Institution of Civil Engineers
1850 Resigned from I Mech E
1851 Engineer, living in Battersea, with Mary A Langdon 30, Mary F Langdon 2, Emma M Langdon 3 Months
1861 Engineer and Fund Holder on own account, living in Battersea, with Mary A Langdon 39, Mary F Langdon 12, Emma M Langdon 10, George D Langdon 9, Elinor L Langdon 7, William C Langdon 5, Wallace A Langdon 4, Constance E Langdon 1
1867 was still a member of Inst Civil Engineers; still at Fenchurch St
1868 Took charge of subscriptions collected for the children of Robert Armstrong (d.1868) after the sudden deaths of him and his wife.
1871 Marine engineer and fund holder, living in Battersea, with Mary A Langdon 47, Mary F Langdon 22, Emma M Langdon 20, George O Langdon 19, Eleanor L Langdon 17, William C Langdon 15, Charles H Langdon 4
1871 Died in Wandsworth