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Joseph Corbett

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Mr. Joseph Corbett, C.E. of Manchester.[1]

1843 Born in Pendleton

1869 Talk by Mr. Lowry and Joseph Corbett on the Prevention of Floods in the Irwell at a meeting of the Manchester Institution of Engineers at the Royal Institution .[2]

1871 Joseph Corbett 28, sanitary engineer and valuer, lived in Broughton, Salford, with his wife Mary E Corbett 27[3]

1892 of Broughton; appointed Borough Engineer for Salford

1911 Living in Whaley Bridge; borough engineer[4]

1913 A Joseph Corbett, born c.1842, died in Macclesfield

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Sources of Information

  1. The Engineer 1869/01/01
  2. The Engineer 1869/01/01
  3. 1871 census
  4. 1911 census