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Ernest Latham

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1839 Born in London son of Alfred Latham, an East India Merchant[1]

1861 Student civil engineer, lived in London with his parents[2]

1862 Ernest Latham, Engineer, 40 Parliament Street, Westminster.[3]

1871 Ernest Latham 31, manager of engine works, lived in Birkenhead with Janet Latham 28, Janet Latham 5, Fanny M Latham 4[4]

1881 Ernest Latham 41, mechanical engineer, lived in Birkenhead with Janet Latham 39, Janet Latham 15, Fanny M. Latham 14[5]

Presumably it was this Mr Latham who developed a concrete mixer with A. E. Carey which was used on the work at Newhaven.[6]

1887 Ernest and Janet divorced

1901 Ernest Latham 61, living on own mean in Lewisham with Elizabeth Latham 41, Ernest Latham 16

1903 Died

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Sources of Information

  1. 1861 census
  2. 1861 census
  3. 1862 Institution of Mechanical Engineers
  4. 1871 census
  5. 1881 census
  6. The Engineer 1886/12/17