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Richard Eustace Tickell

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Richard Eustace Tickell (1864- )

1922 O.B.E., M.Inst.C.E., Civil Engineer, Colombo, Ceylon. b. 1864; second s. of late Commander Thomas Tickell, R.N.; m. July 28,1906, Eileen, second d. of late Sir Alexander Binnie, Past President, Institution of Civil Engineers. Pupil of late James Mansergh, Past President, Institution of Civil Engineers. Assistant Engineer, Stockton and Middlesbrough Waterworks; London County Council, Engineer's Department; Birmingham Waterworks, Resident Engineer, Pen-y-gareg Dam; Colombo Drainage Works, Chief Resident Engineer, 1902-12. President, Engineering Association of Ceylon, 191o. Publications: "The Vale of Nantgwilt, a Submerged Valley," 1894. Member of the Junior Carlton Club. War Services.-19r 4-9—Staff Officer, London Defences Major, General List, 1917.

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