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William Thomas Carrington

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William Thomas Carrington (c1832-1878)

1864 William Thomas Carrington, Engineer, 16 Great George Street, Westminster.[1]

1866 of St. Leonard's Iron Works, Perth.

1867 of 10 Park Street, Westminster, S.W.

1872 of St. Autholius' Chambers, 26 Budge Row, Cannon Street, London

1878 Past President of the Society of Engineers. Died [2]

1878 Obituary [3]

A telegram has been received from Singapore announcing the death of W. T. Carrington, C.E., on the 21st inst. at Java, where he had gone for the benefit of his health.

He was well known to the profession as a past-president of the Society of Engineers, &c.; he has been engaged tho last few years as the principal engineer of Singapore, where he has made great improvements in its sanitary condition.

His age was only forty-six years.

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