Henry Chawner Hine Shenton
Henry Chawner Hine Shenton (1870-1938), Civil Engineer
Born at Biggleswade the son of Edward Bate Shenton, a Nurseryman, and his wife Alice Hine
1899 Married at Upper Norwood to Alice Hollis
1911 Living at 148 Bedford Hill, Balham: Henry Shenton (age 41 born Biggleswade), Civil Engineer Consulting. With his wife Alice, his mother Alice and three sons and a cousin.
1922 P.-Pres. S.E., Hon. F.I.San.E., M.Inst.Mun.E., M.R. San.I., Partner in Firm of Shenton and Easdale, Civil Engrs.; b. 1870; s. of Edward Shenton. Ed. Private Schs. and Albermarle Coll. Training: Crystal Palace School of Practical Engineering, Gold Medallist Soc. of Engrs. and Winner of Bessemer Premium, Soc. of Engrs. App. to late Sir W. Shelford in 1888 and afterwards engaged on Railway. Work; in Admiralty Works Dept. at H.M. Dockyards, Portsmouth and Chatham; Partnership -with F. H. Anson, Engr., Herts and Essex Waterworks Co., 1900, and later with W. C. Easdale; now Senior Partner in the firm of Shenton and Easdale, Specialists in Sewerage and Sewage Disposal and Waterworks; has advised and carried out a large number of Works for Local and Municipal Authorities, the War Office, Public Co.'s, etc. Hon. Member of Assoc. of Managers of Sewage Disposal Works. Publ.: "Practical Sewerage and Sewage Disposal," also many Papers and Treatises on Sewerage and Waterworks. Address: 28, Victoria Street, S.W.
Sources of Information
- 1911 Census