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Sir Edward James Reed (1830–1906) by London Stereoscopic Co. © National Portrait Gallery, London


Reed, Sir Edward James (1830–1906), naval architect, was born at Sheerness on 20 September 1830, the son of John Reed. He became an apprentice at Sheerness Dockyard where his outstanding ability led to selection in 1849 for the Central School of Mathematics and Naval Architecture...


Schank [Schanck], John (1740–1823), naval architect and naval officer, was born near Castlerig, Fife, the son of Alexander Schank. He first went to sea in the merchant service, then served for six years as able seaman, midshipman, and master's mate in the warships ...


Stalkartt, Marmaduke (bap. 1750, d. 1805), naval architect and shipbuilder, was baptized on 22 April 1750 at St Mary the Virgin, Dover, the fourth child and second son of Hugh Stalkartt (1711–1782) and his second wife, Sarah. Between about 1764 and about 1771 he served as an apprentice shipwright at ...