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Max am Ende

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Max am Ende sometimes as 'Maxam Ende'. (c1840- )

Civil Engineer, specializing in ironwork structures.

3 Westminster Chambers, London. [1]

c1840 Born in Germany

1857-60 Studied engineering in Carlsruhe

1860-61 Engineer at the Royal Prussia Dockyard, Danzig

1861-62 Engineer at the Vulcan Works, Stettin

1862-64 Draughtsman for C. Hoppe in Berlin

1864-69 Draughtsman for R. M. Ordish in London; superintended erection of suspension footbridge across the river Moldau in Prague - presumably the Franz Josef Bridge, Prague

1870 Designed railway bridges whilst in Russia

1870-72 Designed bridges and ports with Mr Ordish

1872 Established as engineer in London, designing and constructing structures including roofs, bridges, etc.

1876 of 2 Middle Scotland Yard, London SW, elected an Associate of the Inst Civil Engineers

1884 Member of the Inst Civil Engineers

1886 of 3 Westminster Chambers, Victoria

1895 Book. North Sea and Baltic canal by Max Am Ende

1901 Living at 24 Highbury Grove, Highbury, Islington: Max Am Ende (age 61 born Germany), Civil and Mechanical Engineer and Employer. With his wife Wilhelmina Am Ende (age 42 born Germany). One German servant.[2]

1906 of 18 Abingdon Street, London SW,

1910 Lived in Highbury Grove, Islington[3]

1916 of Walkmuhlstrasse 44, Wiesbaden, Germany

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. The Engineer 1881/07/22
  2. 1901 Census
  3. London Directory
  • Civil Engineer Lists