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ALFRED EDWARD GARWOOD, born in London on the 16th March, 1845, died on the 19th November, 1909.
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Trained in the locomotive department of the Brighton Railway, he spent 15 years
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in responsible positions on Railways in Russia and Egypt, subsequently
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practising as a Consulting Engineer in Westminster and at
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Newport, Mon., where he acted also as Resident Engineer for the
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company on the Alexandra Docks and Railway undertaking.
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He was elected an Associate Member on the 9th January, 1872, and
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was transferred to the class of Members on the 26th February, 1878.
 
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Revision as of 19:41, 10 May 2015

Alfred Edward Garwood (1845-1909)



1910 Obituary [1]

ALFRED EDWARD GARWOOD, born in London on the 16th March, 1845, died on the 19th November, 1909.

Trained in the locomotive department of the Brighton Railway, he spent 15 years in responsible positions on Railways in Russia and Egypt, subsequently practising as a Consulting Engineer in Westminster and at Newport, Mon., where he acted also as Resident Engineer for the company on the Alexandra Docks and Railway undertaking.

He was elected an Associate Member on the 9th January, 1872, and was transferred to the class of Members on the 26th February, 1878.



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