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Thomas Dyne Steel

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Thomas Dyne Steel (1822-1898)

1840 Thomas Steel of Abergavenny, studying civil engineering, became a member of the Institution of Civil Engineers.[1]

1879 Dissolution of the Partnership between Richard Tangye, George Tangye, and Thomas Dyne Steel, under the firm of Tangye Brothers and Steel, at Newport, Monmouthshire, and at Swansea, as Engineers. All debts and demands owing to or by the said firm will be received and paid in due course by Tangye Brothers. Mr. Steel carried on the business on his own account.[2]

1898 Obituary [3]

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