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F. G. A. Pinckney

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F. G. A. Pinckney (1876- )

1922 Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., Civil Engineer, Khartoum, Sudan; b. 1876; s. of the late John Pinckney of Great Durnford, Salisbury, Wilts. Ed. Haileybury College and Crystal Palace Engineering School. Assistant Engineer to Sir John Wolfe Barry and Partners on construction of Ealing and South Harrow Railway, and Kew Bridge; Resident Engineer, on Exe Bridge, Exeter, new wharf at Cattewater, Plymouth, and Sea Defence works at Blue Anchor, North Devon. Joined the staff of the Sudan Government Railways in 1906. Member of Sports Club. War Services.—Sudan Government Railways.

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