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Difference between revisions of "Arthur James Grinling"

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Arthur James Grinling (1848-1919)
Arthur James Grinling (1848-1919)


1848 Born in shoreditch<ref>BMD</ref>, son of James Grinling, accountant, and his wife Harriett<ref>1861 census</ref>
1848 Born in Shoreditch<ref>BMD</ref>, son of James Grinling, accountant, and his wife Harriett<ref>1861 census</ref>


Worked in (head of?) Derby and Nottingham District Engineer's office of the [[Great Northern Railway]]
Worked in (head of?) Derby and Nottingham District Engineer's office of the [[Great Northern Railway]]
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1891 Civil engineer, living in Derby, with Rose Grinling 37, James H Grinling 9, Arthur J Grinling 8, George N Grinling 1<ref>1891 census</ref>
1891 Civil engineer, living in Derby, with Rose Grinling 37, James H Grinling 9, Arthur J Grinling 8, George N Grinling 1<ref>1891 census</ref>


1891 Proposal to join Inst of Civil Engineers; of 10, Pelham Road, Sherwood Rise, Nottingham and formerly of Friar Gate, Derby.  
1891 Proposal to join [[Institution of Civil Engineers]]; of 10, Pelham Road, Sherwood Rise, Nottingham and formerly of Friar Gate, Derby.  


1901 Civil engineer, employer, living in Derby<ref>1901 census</ref>
1901 Civil engineer, employer, living in Derby<ref>1901 census</ref>

Latest revision as of 21:42, 1 June 2017

Arthur James Grinling (1848-1919)

1848 Born in Shoreditch[1], son of James Grinling, accountant, and his wife Harriett[2]

Worked in (head of?) Derby and Nottingham District Engineer's office of the Great Northern Railway

1891 Civil engineer, living in Derby, with Rose Grinling 37, James H Grinling 9, Arthur J Grinling 8, George N Grinling 1[3]

1891 Proposal to join Institution of Civil Engineers; of 10, Pelham Road, Sherwood Rise, Nottingham and formerly of Friar Gate, Derby.

1901 Civil engineer, employer, living in Derby[4]

1919 Died aged 70 in Nottingham.

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Sources of Information

  1. BMD
  2. 1861 census
  3. 1891 census
  4. 1901 census