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Anthony Piognand Lambert

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Anthony Piognand Lambert (1875- )

1922 T.D., M.Inst.C.E., Res. Engr., Port of London Authority; b. 1875; s. of the late Major-General W. Lambert, C.B. Ed. Marlborough College Training: Royal Indian Engineering College, Coopers Hill. Career: Under Admiralty Naval Works Loan, 1897-1901, on New Graving Docks, Portsmouth Dockyard.; Keyham Dockyard Extension; New Harbour Works, Gibraltar; served with R.E. in S. Af., 1901-2; Queen's Medal and 5 Clasps; P.W.D., Transvaal, Dist. Engr., 1902-7; South Punjab Railway Co., Construction of Sutlej Valley Railway and Survey for the Jullundur Doab Railway,; Port of London Authority, London Docks Improvements, 1911-14; served with R.E. in late War (three times mentioned in Dispatches); Port of London Authority, Royal Victoria Dock Improvements, 1919 to date. Clubs: Albemarle, and Junior Naval and Military. Address: I OA, Hyde Park Mansions,. N.W.1.

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