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William Thomas Henney Carrington

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William Thomas Henney Carrington (1846-1920)

of 9 and 11 Fenchurch Avenue, London, E.C.

1846 Born in Bristol[1], son of Edmund and Sarah Carrington[2]

Apprenticed with R. Stephenson and Co, Newcastle

Worked for the Wire Tramway Co, erecting wire systems

Became a consulting engineer

1871 Civil engineer, living in Westminster; visited by Vitale Domenico de Michele 22, civil engineer[3]

1874 Consulting engineer, of Gresham St, London. Became a Member of I Mech E

1891 Consulting civil engineer, living in Clapham with Elizabeth C Carrington 45, Margaret C Carrington 14[4]

1911 Living at 70 Victoria Road, Clapham: William Thomas Henney Carrington (age 64 born Clifton, Bristol), Retired Consulting Engineer and a Widower. Three servants.[5]

1920 Died in Chelsea[6]

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. BMD
  2. England Select Births
  3. 1871 census
  4. 1891 census
  5. 1911 Census
  6. BMD
  • Mechanical Engineer Records