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Patrick Joseph Prendergast

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Patrick Joseph Prendergast (1853-1911)


1911 Obituary [1]

PATRICK JOSEPH PRENDERGAST, born at Clifden, County Galway, in March, 1853, died at Galway on the 1st February, 1911.

Graduating in engineering at Queen's College, Galway, he was occupied in early years on constructional work for the Great Northern and Midland Great Western Railway Companies of Ireland.

In 1892 he became Borough Surveyor of Athlone, and in 1902 he was appointed County Surveyor to the West Riding of Galway, resigning in October, 1910.

Mr. Prendergast was elected an Associate Member of The Institution on the 5th February, 1895.


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