Nicholas Procter Burgh (c1835-1900) of Waterloo Bridge Road, London.
c1835. Born at Callington, Cornwall.
1863 Published a Treatise on Sugar Machinery, through E. and F. N. Spon. 
1869 Wrote about the History of the Invention of the Link Motion in The Engineer. 
1871 Living at 78 Waterloo Road, Lambeth: Nicholas P. Burgh (age 36 born Callington), Civil Engineer. With his wife Elizabeth P. (age 36 born Gloucester). One servant. 
1872 Portable Steam Pump and Boiler
1881 Living at 1 Rosslyn Villas, Beulah Road, Croydon: Nicholas P. Burgh (age 47 born Callington), Civil Engineer. With his wife Elizabeth (age 48 born Gloucester). 
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