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William Muirhead M.Inst. C.E., M.I.Struct.E. Senior Partner and Founder of the firm of William Muirhead and Partners, Chartered Civil Engrs., Windsor House, Victoria Street, Westminster, London, S.W.1.
1871 Born in Old Kilpatrick, Dunbartonshire
Educated Glasgow Tech. Coll. and Glasgow Univ.
1891 William Muirhead 21, civil engineer student, lived in New Kilpatrick with William Muirhead 54, farmer, Mary Muirhead 45, Mary C Muirhead 23, Robert Muirhead 19, Andrew Muirhead 17, John Muirhead 15, Daniel Muirhead 13, James Muirhead 11, Nellie Muirhead 9, Thomas Muirhead 6
Pupil in offices of well-known civil and mining engineers., Glasgow.
Asst. on Civil Engineer's staff, Caledonian Railway, responsible for construction of many important works, bridges, tunnels, etc., in city of Glasgow, including much pioneer work in compressed air
1896 of Cloverhill, Glasgow when he became an Associate Member of Inst. Civil Engineers
1904 Member of Inst. Civil Engineers
1911 William Muirhead 40, civil engineer, lived in Golders Green with Hilda Muirhead 30
WWI Supervised several factory works, on behalf of the Government.
Laid out and supervised the construction of the first great arterial road constructed in England from London to Southend-on-Sea
1920-1 Supervised construction of tunnel under Thames at Barking
1923 Started practice as Executive and Consulting Engineer.
Presumably partner in Muirhead, MacDonald Wilson and Co
1944 Died in Southwark