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Frederick Herbert Mollett

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Frederick Herbert Mollett (1846-1911)

1912 Obituary [1]

FREDERICK HERBERT MOLLETT, born on the 4th May, 1846, died at Surbiton on the 20th August, 1911.

He served his pupilage to the late Mr. F. T. Turner, of Westminster, and was afterwards employed by the late Mr. W. H. Thomas, M. Inst. C.E., as Resident Engineer on the Cornwall Mineral Railway.

From 1875 to 1898, with brief intervals, he assisted successively the late Sir William Shelford, on the Hull and Barnsley Railway and other work at home and abroad, and Messrs. Hawkshaw, Son and Hayter, as Resident Engineer on the Buenos Aires harbour works. From 1898 until his death he was in charge of the drawing office of Messrs. C. H. Walker and Company, Ltd

Mr. Mollett was elected an Associate of The Institution on the 7th May, 1872, was subsequently placed in the class of Associate Members, and was transferred to the class of Members on the 24th May, 1887.

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