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Born in Edinburgh; his father, Thomas Mylne (d. 1763), was a master mason.
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Brother of [[Robert Mylne]]
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1755 The brothers travelled to Rome, after which William returned to Edinburgh.
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1822 When [[William Mylne]] started a new Minute Book he used the heading [[Society of Civil Engineers|"Engineers' Society"]] in the reports of each session until 1869, when he changed it to [[Smeatonian Society|"Smeatonian Society"]].
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Revision as of 18:56, 10 November 2019

An architect

Born in Edinburgh; his father, Thomas Mylne (d. 1763), was a master mason.

Brother of Robert Mylne

1755 The brothers travelled to Rome, after which William returned to Edinburgh.

1822 When William Mylne started a new Minute Book he used the heading "Engineers' Society" in the reports of each session until 1869, when he changed it to "Smeatonian Society".


See Also

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Sources of Information