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Frederick George Castle

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Frederick George Castle (1859-1906)

1906 Obituary [1]

FREDERICK GEORGE CASTLE was born at Dewsbury, Yorkshire, on 8th November 1859.

In 1873 he commenced work at Messrs. Mark Oldroyd and Co.'s Works in the same town, leaving in October 1884 to attend the Royal College of Science, South Kensington, as a teacher-in-training during 1884 to 1886.

From 1886 to 1888 he was an assistant in the Mechanics and Mathematics Division. In the latter year he was appointed assistant master at the East London Technical College, and became chief assistant in the Preparatory Day College and assistant lecturer in the Engineering Department.

His death took place on 3rd February 1906, in his forty-seventh year.

He became an Associate of this Institution in 1889.

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