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Berry, Henry (1719/20–1812), civil engineer, was probably born at the village of Parr, near St Helens in Lancashire, and is thought to have spent his childhood there. No record of his birth survives, but his parents are known to have been buried at the Independent chapel in ...


Robert Hunt

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Dodd, George (bap. 1782, d. 1827), civil engineer, was baptized in Stepney, London, on 4 September 1782, the son of Ralph Dodd, civil engineer, and his wife, Fanny, née Lambert. His father trained the boy in his own profession, and George served as his assistant on his ...


Alsager Vian

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Edwards, William (1719–1789), bridge-builder, youngest son of a farmer of the same name, was born in the parish of Eglwysilan, near Caerphilly, Glamorgan. The skill which he displayed in the construction of drystone walls for his father's fields early attracted notice, and at the age of twenty he was employed to build a large iron forge at ...


Haden, George (1788–1856), engineer, was born in Handsworth, Birmingham, on 23 July 1788, the second son and third of five children of George Haden (1756–1822), foreman of the copying machine shop at Boulton Watt & Co., and his wife, Sarah Ann Shakespeare (1754–1792)...