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George Frederick White

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George Frederick White (1816-1898)

1816 Born in Lambeth son of John Bazley White and his wife Henrietta White

1838 George Frederick White of 17 Millbank Street, studying civil engineering and manufacturing Roman cement, became a member of the Institution of Civil Engineers.[1]

1841 Married Sarah Brown in Clapham

1881 George F. White 64, Manufacturer Of Cement And Bricks Employing 1300 Hands J.P., lived in Kensington with Katharine M. White 44[2]

1898 Died in Upper Sydenham[3]

1898 Obituary [4]

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