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Theodore Cooke

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Theodore Cooke (1836- )

1915 Indian Biographical Dictionary

Cooke, Theodore; C.I.E. (1891); M.A. LL.D. P.G.S. F.L.S. Director of Public Instruction, Bombay, (retired); b. 1836; s. of Rev. John Cooke, Rector of Ardinan, Co. Tipperary: educ: at Dublin University; went to India as Engineer of the B.B.& C.I. Railway, 1860: erected the Bassein Bridge, 1865; Principal of Civil Engineering College, Poona, 1865: officiated thrice as Director of Public Instruction, Bombay Director of Botanical Survey of Western India, and Director of Agriculture, Bombay; Fellow of the Bombay University; retired, 1893: Sub-Director of the Imperial Institute. Publications: Manual of Heat, Manual of Geology, Flora of Bombay Presidency; Address: Potswood House, New Gardens.

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