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Joshua Cartwright

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Joshua Cartwright (1835- )

1922 M.Inst.C.E., F.S.I., P. Pres. Inst.M. and Cy.E., Cons. Engr.; b. 1835; an original Member and P. Pres. of the Inst.M.Cy.E. Ed. at the Old Quay Street Sch., Manchester, the pioneer of Owens College, now Victoria University, Manchester. Training: Asst. to Dukinfield Local Bd. Sur., i862; appointed Surveyor, 1864; First Engr. and Sur., Bury, 1877; in private practice since 1900; was Engr. to the Bury and District Joint Water Board; designed and constructed Clough Bottom Reservoir, Ogden Reservoir and Scout Moor High-level Reservoirs. Address: 21, Parsons Lane, Bury, Lancashire.

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