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Charles Thomas Fleetwood

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Charles Thomas Fleetwood (c1839-1913)

1914 Obituary [1]

CHARLES THOMAS FLEETWOOD died in December, 1913, in his 75th year.

He entered the service of the Electric and International Telegraph Company in 1854 and was connected with the Telegraph Department of the Post Office during the remainder of his professional career.

He retired in 1902.

In 1875 he contributed to the Journal of the Institution a paper on "Underground Telegraphs - the London Street Work," and again in 1887 one on "Underground Telegraphs" - the latter of which was awarded the Fahie Premium.

He was elected an Associate of the Institution in December, 1872, and a Member in 1886; and he served on the Council in 1879.

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