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Auriol Sealy-Allin

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c.1868 Born in Co. Cork, Ireland, son of Samuel Sealy Allin

1891 Auriol Sealy Allin 23, civil engineer, was living in Chiswick with his parents Samuel Sealy Allin 55, living on own means, Sophie H Sealy Allin 48, and Violet A Sealy Allin 12, Ennie M A Sealy Allin 7[1]

1894 Elected Associate Member of Inst Civil Eng.

By 1896 was working on the Bengal-Nagpur Railway

1899 A civil engineer, married Rose Goddard in Hounslow

1901 Articled civil engineer, living in Taplow[2]

1940 Died in South Africa

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Sources of Information

  1. 1891 census
  2. 1901 census
  • civil engineer lists