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John Woodhouse

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John Woodhouse (c1766-1836)

c1766 Born, son of a civil engineer - presumably Jonathan Woodhouse, Senior

1793 Birth of son Thomas Jackson Woodhouse

c.1804 Benjamin Bevan, John Woodhouse and Henry Provis took over the construction of the Grand Junction Canal

1836 September. Death. At his residence, Portland Place, Leamington, after a short illness, John Woodhouse, Civil Engineer, age 70.

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