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William James Eames Binnie (1867-1949) of [[Sir Alexander Binnie, Son and Deacon]]
 
William James Eames Binnie (1867-1949) of [[Sir Alexander Binnie, Son and Deacon]]
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1922 B.A. (Cantab), M.Inst.C.E., M.Cons.E., Member of the Firm of Sir Alexander Binnie, Son and Deacon, Cons. Engrs.; s. of the late Sir Alexander Binnie, Supt. Engr., L.C.C. Address: 30, Buckingham Gate, Westminster, S.W.I. T. A.: " Arbintro, Sowest, London."
  
 
Elected chairman of the Committee of the [[Association of Consulting Engineers]] for the year 1926-1927.<ref>[[The Engineer 1926/06/18]]</ref>
 
Elected chairman of the Committee of the [[Association of Consulting Engineers]] for the year 1926-1927.<ref>[[The Engineer 1926/06/18]]</ref>

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1949.

William James Eames Binnie (1867-1949) of Sir Alexander Binnie, Son and Deacon

1922 B.A. (Cantab), M.Inst.C.E., M.Cons.E., Member of the Firm of Sir Alexander Binnie, Son and Deacon, Cons. Engrs.; s. of the late Sir Alexander Binnie, Supt. Engr., L.C.C. Address: 30, Buckingham Gate, Westminster, S.W.I. T. A.: " Arbintro, Sowest, London."

Elected chairman of the Committee of the Association of Consulting Engineers for the year 1926-1927.[1]


1949 Obituary [2]

"...William James Eames Binnie was born in Londonderry on October 10, 1867, and was educated at Rugby and Trinity College, Cambridge.

After graduating in 1888 with First Class Honours in Natural Science, he continued his studies for a time at Carlsruhe (Baden)..." [more]


1949 Obituary [3]



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