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Robert Brunton (1816- )

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Robert Brunton (1816- )

1814 July 18th. Born in Birmingham the son of William Brunton and his wife Ann Elizabeth Button, brother of John Brunton. Baptised 1816 July 9th.

1842 Became a member of the Institution of Civil Engineers

1850 Mention of Brunton and Smith, civil engineers, of 25, Parliament-street, Westminster, and their new pavement made of wood blocks.[1]

1857 of 25 Parliament Street[2]

1867 of 25 Parliament Street[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. Morning Advertiser - Wednesday 20 March 1850
  2. Civil Engineer Lists
  3. Civil Engineer Lists