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Josias Jessop

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Josias Jessop (1781-1826)

1781 Born the son of William Jessop

Used cast iron rail, made by the Butterley Co under his brother William, on the Mansfield and Pinxton Railway and Cromford and High Peak Railway.

1826 September 30th. Died at Butterley Hall, Derbyshire, Josias Jessop, civil engineer.[1] [2]


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Sources of Information

  1. The Examiner - Sunday 15 October 1826
  2. Aberdeen Journal - Wednesday 18 October 1826
  • Biographical dictionary of civil engineers [1]