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Robert Godfrey (1839-1912)
Robert Godfrey (1839-1912)
1873 Birth of son [[Charles Henry Godfrey]]


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His first appointment was that of Surveyor to the Kendal and Sedbergh Sanitary Authorities.  
His first appointment was that of Surveyor to the Kendal and Sedbergh Sanitary Authorities.  


In 1882 he became Engineer and Surveyor of King’s
In 1882 he became Engineer and Surveyor of King’s Norton, near Birmingham, carrying out sewerage, roads, and other works. He was also Surveyor to the Northfield Highway Board.
Norton, near Birmingham, carrying out sewerage, roads, and other
works. He was also Surveyor to the Northfield Highway Board.


Of late years failing health obliged him to relinquish professional pursuits.
Of late years failing health obliged him to relinquish professional pursuits.


Mr. Godfrey was elected an Associate Member of The Institution
Mr. Godfrey was elected an Associate Member of The Institution on the 10th April, 1888.
on the 10th April, 1888.
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Latest revision as of 12:52, 7 June 2020

Robert Godfrey (1839-1912)

1873 Birth of son Charles Henry Godfrey


1912 Obituary [1]

ROBERT GODFREY, born at Stamford on the 27th April, 1839, died at Alne, York, on the 5th July, 1912.

His first appointment was that of Surveyor to the Kendal and Sedbergh Sanitary Authorities.

In 1882 he became Engineer and Surveyor of King’s Norton, near Birmingham, carrying out sewerage, roads, and other works. He was also Surveyor to the Northfield Highway Board.

Of late years failing health obliged him to relinquish professional pursuits.

Mr. Godfrey was elected an Associate Member of The Institution on the 10th April, 1888.


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