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John Franklyn Tyler

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John Franklyn Tyler (1841-1910)

1910 Obituary [1]

JOHN FRANKLYN TYLER, born at Potton, Bedfordshire, in 1841, died at Hampstead on the 22nd February, 1910.

A pupil and assistant of the late Mr. B. S. Brundell, he was employed under that gentleman, between 1869 and 1882, on the Don drainage works, sewerage, sewage-disposal and water-supply works for Doncaster and sewage-disposal works for Wigan.

He was last engaged, under Messrs. Holme and King, on the laying of a section of the pipe-line between Lake Vyrnwy and Liverpool.

Mr. Tyler was elected a Member of The Institution on the 6th December, 1881.

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