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1910 Trained with [[Blyth and Westland]], C.E., Consulting Engineers to the [[North British Railway|N.B. Railway]]; later Assistant and Partner.  
1910 Trained with [[Blyth and Westland]], C.E., Consulting Engineers to the [[North British Railway|N.B. Railway]]; later Assistant and Partner.  


Consulting Engineer to many County Councils, etc., in Scotland for bridge and road work. Served with R.E. during the war.
Consulting Engineer to many County Councils, etc., in Scotland for bridge and road work. Served with R.E. during the war.  Attained the rank of Lieut-Colonel.


1939 Partner of [[Blyth and Blyth]], 135, George Street, Edinburgh, 2. Private addresses: Fairfield, Kinnear Road, Edinburgh, and The Knowe, Gullane, East Lothian.  
1939 Partner of [[Blyth and Blyth]], 135, George Street, Edinburgh, 2. Private addresses: Fairfield, Kinnear Road, Edinburgh, and The Knowe, Gullane, East Lothian.  

Latest revision as of 11:18, 25 January 2016

Benjamin H. Blyth M.Inst.C.E., M.Cons.E. nephew of Benjamin Hall Blyth (1849-1917)

1881 Possibly born in Dartford, son of Francis Blyth, a broker at the Stock Exchange[1]

Educ.: Clifton College.

1910 Trained with Blyth and Westland, C.E., Consulting Engineers to the N.B. Railway; later Assistant and Partner.

Consulting Engineer to many County Councils, etc., in Scotland for bridge and road work. Served with R.E. during the war. Attained the rank of Lieut-Colonel.

1939 Partner of Blyth and Blyth, 135, George Street, Edinburgh, 2. Private addresses: Fairfield, Kinnear Road, Edinburgh, and The Knowe, Gullane, East Lothian.

1948 Died in Edinburgh[2]

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Sources of Information

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  2. National Probate Calendar