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William Naylor (3)

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1865 Born

1882 Apprentice

1889 Joined Wolverhampton Corporation as assistant engineer

1890 Appointed manager of sewage department

1892 Appointed engineering inspector for the joint committee of the Lancashire County council and county boroughs.

1902 of 16 Walton's Parade, Preston; became an Associate of Inst. Civil Engineers

1902 Presented paper on "The Bacterial Treatment of Trades Waste"

Was also a member of the Inst of Mechanical Engineers

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Sources of Information

  • Civil Engineer Records