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Eugene Kinnaird Haselden

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Eugene Kinnaird Haselden (1845-1904)

1904 Obituary [1]

EUGENE KINNAIRD HASELDEN, born on the 30th March, 1845, was for some years employed at the Seville Gas Works under his father, Mr. Henry Haselden.

In the year 1870, finding mining work more congenial to his taste, he went to Linares and for several years was Under Manager art the Collado del Lobo Mines.

From Linares he went to La Carolina to undertake the management of the group of mines known as the Cura Mines; which under his direction were most successfully worked. He was also appointed Manager of the Culebrina Mines, which at the time were in difficulties; these he overcame, and placed the mines in a very favourable position. He was also at the time of his death, which took place at La Carolina on the 19th January, 1904, Joint Manager with his brother, Arthur Haselden, of the Centenillo Silver Lead Mines Company.

He was elected an Associate Member of the Institution on the 1st February, 1898.

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