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Thomas Allnutt Brassey

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Hon Thomas Allnutt Brassey

c.1863 Born in Hollington, Sussex, son of Lord Brassey

1882 Read history at Oxford

Served in the Navy; rose to the rank of Captain[1]

1904 of Park Gate, Battle, Sussex; elected as an Associate of the Inst of Civil Engineers[2]

1911 Living on private means, employer (lead smelting and mines), in Battle with Idina Mary Brassey 45[3]

1919 Sir Thomas Allnutt Brassey died in Westminster[4]

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Sources of Information

  1. Civil Engineer Records
  2. Civil Engineer Lists
  3. 1911 census
  4. Find A Grave