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Alfred Burges

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Alfred Burges (1800-1886), C. E., F. S. A.

c.1800 Born in Poplar

1811 Joined James Walker as a pupil

1825 Married Elizabeth Green in Edmonton[1]

1829 Became a partner in the firm which became Walker and Burges

1838 Alfred Burges of 23 Great George Street, civil engineer, became a member of the Institution of Civil Engineers.[2]

1851 Alfred Burges 52, civil engineer, lived in Lewisham with Elizabeth Burges 47, William Burges 24, architect, Mary Burges 22, Alfred Burges 11, Elizabeth Burges 9[3]

1861 Alfred Burges 61, civil engineer, lived in Lewisham with Alfred Burges 21[4]

1881 Alfred Burgess 79, retired civil engineer, widower, lived in East Preston, Sussex, with Mary R. Burgess 33, Elizabeth M. Burgess 12, Eleanor Burgess 9[5]

1886 March 12th. Alfred Burges died at Worthing.


N.B. Skempton indicated that Alfred was born in 1796

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Sources of Information

  1. BMD
  2. 1838 Institution of Civil Engineers
  3. 1851 census
  4. 1871 census
  5. 1881 census
  • Biographies of Civil Engineers, 1500-1830, by A. W. Skempton.