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1861 Born
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1861 Born at Boulogne, a British subject<ref>1881 census</ref>
  
 
1876-81 Pupil at [[Ashford Works]] of the South Eastern railway company.
 
1876-81 Pupil at [[Ashford Works]] of the South Eastern railway company.
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1889 of [[Kendall and Gent]], Salford. Became a Member of I Mech E
 
1889 of [[Kendall and Gent]], Salford. Became a Member of I Mech E
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1891 An engineer, visiting London<ref>1891 census</ref>
  
 
1896 his address was Poste Restante, Paris.
 
1896 his address was Poste Restante, Paris.

Latest revision as of 13:38, 4 June 2020

1861 Born at Boulogne, a British subject[1]

1876-81 Pupil at Ashford Works of the South Eastern railway company.

1881-7 Engaged as "engineer for the Continent" for the Vacuum Brake Co Ltd

1889 of Kendall and Gent, Salford. Became a Member of I Mech E

1891 An engineer, visiting London[2]

1896 his address was Poste Restante, Paris.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1881 census
  2. 1891 census
  • Mechanical engineer records