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Daniel Makinson Fox

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Daniel Makinson Fox (1830-1918) was a railway engineer. He was selected by James Brunlees to manage the surveying and construction of the Sao Paulo Railway line from Santos to Sao Paulo across the Serra do Mar.[1]

1911 Visitor at The Edinburgh Hotel, Warriors Square, St Leonards on Sea: Daniel Makinson Fox (age 81 born Hull), Civil Engineer and Director of Public Companies (Widower).[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 'Scaling the Ramparts of Brazil' by F. E. Dean, 'Wonders of World Engineering', publ. The Fleetway House.
  2. 1911 Census