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Charles Lungley

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of Greenwich

Iron Bridge Builders / Ship Builders / Steam Engine Boiler Makers

See Charles Lungley (1816-1871)

1854 Advertisement. 'Charles Lungley, Ship-builder, Commercial dry Dock, Rotherhithe...nearly completed a ship upon his new mode of construction...'[1]

1859 Built the Thunder

1861 Employing 356 men.[2]

1865 'Mr Charles Lungley, of Deptford green Dockyard, the dockyard which has since become the property of the Millwall Iron Works...[3]

1866 Winding up order. Connected with the Millwall Co.[4]

1866 Patent. 3357. Charles Lungley, of Greenwich. Improvements in war ships, forts, guns and armour and in fitting and working them.[5]

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. Lloyd's List - Thursday 23 February 1854
  2. 1861 Census
  3. London Evening Standard - Thursday 18 May 1865
  4. Shipping and Mercantile Gazette - Saturday 07 April 1866
  5. Shipping and Mercantile Gazette - Tuesday 29 January 1867