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The 1,017 Members listed in the 1875 Proceedings

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  • 1869. Faija, Henry, 4 Great Queen Street, Westminster, S.W.
  • 1868. Fairbairn, Sir Andrew, Wellington Foundry, Leeds ; and Goldsborough Hall, Knaresborough.
  • 1869. Fairless, John, Forth Banks Engine Works, Newcastle-on-Tyne.
  • 1875. Farcot, Jean Joseph Leon, Messrs. Parrot and Sons, Engine Works, Avenue de la Gare, St. Ouen, France.
  • 1867. Fardon, Thomas, Messrs. Hayward Tyler and Co.'s Works, 84 tipper Whitecross Street, London, E.C. ; and 31 Wilberforce Road, Finsbury Park, London, N.
  • 1872. Fearn, John Wilmot, Mining Engineer, 31 Devonshire Street, Chesterfield ; and Newbold Road, Chesterfield.
  • 1870. Ferguson, Henry Tanner, District Locomotive Superintendent, Great Indian Peninsula Railway, Egutpoora, near Bombay, India.
  • 1854. Fernie, John, Bonchurch, Ventnor, Isle of Wight.
  • 1866. Fiddes, Walter, Engineer, Bristol United Gas Works, Bristol.
  • 1872. Fidler, Edward, Platt Lane Colliery, Wigan.
  • 1867. Field, Edward, Chandos Chambers, Buckingham Street, Adelphi, London, W.C.
  • 1861. Field, Joshua, 110 Westminster Bridge Road, Lambeth, London, S.E.
  • 1874. Fielding, John, Messrs. Fielding and Platt, Atlas Iron Works, Gloucester.
  • 1865. Filliter, Edward, Resident Engineer, Leeds Water Works, 16 East Parade, Leeds
  • 1868. Firth, Artisan, Leeds Iron Works, Leeds.
  • 1868. Firth, Samuel, 16 York Place, Leeds.
  • 1874. Firth, William, Burley Wood, Leeds.
  • 1871. Fisher, Benjamin Samuel, Locomotive Superintendent, Somerset and Dorset Railway, Highbridge, near Bridgwater.
  • 1864. Fleet, Thomas, Crown Boiler and Gasholder Works, Westbromwich.
  • 1847. Fletcher, Edward, Locomotive Superintendent, North Eastern Railsvay, Gateshead.
  • 1858. Fletcher, Henry Allason, Messrs. Fletcher Jennings and Co., Lowca Engine Works, Whitehaven. (Life Member.)
  • 1872. Fletcher, Herbert, Ladyshore Colliery, Little Lever, Bolton ; and The Hollins, Bolton.
  • 1857. Fletcher, James, Messrs. W. Collier and Co., 2 Greengate, Salford, Manchester.
  • 1867. Fletcher, Lavington Evans, Chief Engineer, Association for the Prevention of Steam Boiler Explosions, 41 Corporation Street, Manchester.
  • 1872. Flower, James J. A., Messrs. James Flower and Sons, Cape Town, Cape of Good Hope ; and 9 America Square, Crutched Friars, London, B.C.
  • 1859. Fogg, Robert, 11 Queen Anne's Gate, Westminster, S.W.
  • 1861. Forster, Edward, Messrs. Chance Brothers and Co.'s Glass Works, gm, Lane, near Birmingham.
  • 1869. Forster, George Baker, Backworth, Newcastle-on-Tyne.
  • 1849. Forsyth, John C., North Staffordshire Railway, Stoke-upon-Trent.
  • 1861. Foster, Sampson Lloyd, 2 Prince's Place, Duke Street, St. James', London S.W.; and Callipers Hall, Chipperfield, Rickmansworth, Herts.
  • 1866. Fowler, George, Mining Engineer, Basford Hall, near Nottingham.
  • 1847. Fowler, John, 2 Queen Square Place, Westminster, S.W.
  • 1866. Fox, Charles Douglas, 5 Delahay Street, Westminster, S.W.
  • 1875. Fox, Samson, Leeds Forge, Leeds.
  • 1859. Fraser, John, 18 York Place, Leeds.
  • 1852. Froude, William, F.R.S., Chelston Cross, Torquay.
  • 1866. Fry, Albert, Bristol Wagon Works, Temple Gate, Bristol.

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  • 1867. Inglis, William, Messrs. Hick Hargreaves and Co.'s, Soho Iron Works, Bolton.
  • 1872. Inman, Charles Arthur, Messrs. Clay Inman and Co., Birkenhead Forge, Beaufort Road, Birkenhead.
  • 1866. Ireland, William, care of Jonathan Ireland, Edward Street, Broughton Lane, Manchester.

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  • 1872. Jack, Alexander, Messrs. James Jack, Rollo, and Co., Victoria Engine Works, Boundary Street West, Vauxhall Road, Liverpool.
  • 1870. Jackson, John P., Mining Engineer, Clay Cross Coal and Iron Works, near Chesterfield.
  • 1859. Jackson, Matthew Murray, Engineer-in-Chief, Imperial Danube Steam Navigation Works, Pesth, Austria.
  • 1847. Jackson, Peter Rothwell, Salford Rolling Mills, Manchester.
  • 1860. Jackson, Samuel, Messrs. Charles Cammell and Co., Cyclops Steel and Iron Works, Sheffield.
  • 1873. Jackson, Samuel, Assistant Locomotive Superintendent, Great Indian Peninsula Railway, Byculla, Bombay: (or care of W. Albert Jackson, 1 Mulberry Street, Sheffield.)
  • 1872. Jackson, William Francis, Hallside Steel Works, Newton, near Glasgow.
  • 1873. Jacob, Edward Westley, Windsor Iron Works, Garston, near Liverpool.
  • 1866. Jaeger, Herrmann Frederic, Messrs. Beyer Peacock and Co.'s Works, Gorton Foundry, Manchester.
  • 1856. James, Jabez, 40 Prince's Street, Commercial Road, Lambeth, London, S.E.
  • 1870. Jamieson, John Lennox Kincaid, Messrs. John Elder and Co., Engineers and Shipbuilders, 12 Centre Street, Glasgow ; and Govan, Glasgow.
  • 1861. Jeffcock, Thomas William, Mining Engineer, 18 Bank Street, Sheffield.
  • 1863. Jeffreys, Edward A., Low Moor Iron Works, near Bradford.
  • 1875. Jerkin, H. C. Fleeming, F.R.S., Professor of Engineering, University of Edinburgh ; 3 Great Stuart Street, Edinburgh.
  • 1861. Jessop, Thomas, Messrs. William Jessop and Sons, Park and Brightside Steel Works, Sheffield.
  • 1854. Jobson, John, Derwent Foundry, Derby.
  • 1863. Johnson, Bryan, Hydraulic Engineering Works, Chester.
  • 1861. Johnson, Samuel Waite, Locomotive Superintendent, Midland Railway, Derby.
  • 1872. Joicey, Jacob Gowland, Messrs. J. and G. Joicey and Co., Forth Banks West Factory, Newcastle-on-Tyne.
  • 1872. Jones, Charles, Messrs. John Jones and Sons, Marine Engine Works, William Street, Liverpool.
  • 1871. Jones, Charles Henry, Assistant Locomotive Superintendent, Midland Railway, Derby.
  • 1873. Jones, Edward, Drayton House, Trinity Road, Birchfield, Birmingham.
  • 1873. Jones, Edward Trygarn, Consulting Engineer to the Commercial Steam Ship Co., 32 Great St. Helen's, London, E.C.
  • 1867. Jones, George Edward, care of Messrs. James Nicol Fleming and Co, Calcutta : (or care of Edward Jones, Wylde Green, near Birmingham
  • 1869. Jones, John, Iron Trade Offices, Royal Exchange, Middlesbrough.
  • 1872. Jones, William Richard Sumption, Executive Engineer, Workshops Division, Lower Ganges Canal, Narora, via Aligarh, India.

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  • 1868. O'Connor, Charles, Messrs. John Elder and Co.'s, Fairfield Engine Works, Govan, Glasgow.
  • 1875. Okes, John Charles Raymond, Manager, Messrs. Hayward Tyler and Co.'s Steam Pump Works, 84 Upper Whitecross Street, London, E.C.
  • 1866. Oliver, William, Victoria and Broad Oaks Foundries, Chesterfield,
  • 1867. Olrick, Lewis, 27 Leadenhall Street, London, E.C.
  • 1864. Ommanney, Frederick Francis, New Bridge Foundry, Ade1phi Street, Salford, Manchester.
  • 1870. Osborn, Samuel, Clyde Steel and Iron Works, Sheffield.
  • 1870. Osman, Joseph, Bey, Chief Engineer and Superintendent of Factories to the Khedive of Egypt, Boulac, Cairo ; and St. James's Hotel, 77 Piccadilly, London, W.
  • 1867. Oughterson, George Blake, Messrs. Manlove Alliott and Co., 45 Rae d'Elbeuf, Rouen, France.
  • 1847. Owen, William, Wheathill Foundry, Rotherham ; and Clifton House. Rotherham.

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  • 1875. Tangye, George, Messrs. Tangye Brothers, Cornwall Works, Soho, Birmingham.
  • 1861. Tangye, James, Messrs. Tangye Brothers, Cornwall Works, Soho, Birmingham ; and Aviary Cottage, Illogan, near Redruth.
  • 1859. Tannett, Thomas, Messrs. Smith Beacock and Tannett, Victoria Foundry, Leeds.
  • 1873. Taylor, Charles Dyke, Mining Engineer, Cape Copper Mines ; care of J. C. Leaver, 6 Queen Street Place, London, E.C.
  • 1861. Taylor, George, Messrs. Taylor Brothers and Co., Clarence Iron Works, Leeds.
  • 1874. Taylor, Henry Enfield, Mining Engineer, 15 Newgate Street, Chester.
  • 1858. Taylor, James, Britannia Engine Works, Cleveland Street, Birkenhead.
  • 1862. Taylor, John, Mining Engineer, 6 Queen Street Place, Upper Thames Street, London, E.C.
  • 1873, Taylor, John, Midland Foundry, Queen's Road, Nottingham.
  • 1867. Taylor, Joseph, Corinthian Villa, Acock's Green, near Birmingham.
  • 1875. Taylor, Joseph Samuel, Messrs. Taylor and Co., Derwent Foundry, 99 Constitution Hill, Birmingham.
  • 1874. Taylor, Percyvale, Manager, Panther Lead Smelting Works, St. Philip's, Bristol,
  • 1862. Taylor, Richard, Mining Engineer, 6 Queen Street Place, Upper Thames Street, London, B.C.
  • 1872. Teague, William, Mining Engineer, Tincroft Mines, Redruth.
  • 1864. Tennant, Charles, The Glen, Innerleithen, near Edinburgh. (Life Member.)
  • 1867. Thomas, Joseph Lee, 16 Holland Road, Kensington, London, W.
  • 1864. Thomas, Thomas, 34 West Bute Street, Cardiff ; and Bronygarn Villa, Roath, Cardiff.
  • 1874, Thomas, William Henry, 15 Parliament Street, Westminster, S.W.
  • 1875. Thompson, John, Highfields Boiler Works, Ettingshall, near Wolverhampton.
  • 1857. Thompson, Robert, Haigh Foundry, near Wigan.
  • 1862. Thompson, William, Spring Gardens Engine Works, Newcastle-on-Tyne.
  • 1875. Thoms, George Eastlake, Assistant Engineer, Municipal Offices, Dale Street, Liverpool.
  • 1875. Thomson, James McIntyre, Messrs. John and James Thomson, Finnieston Engine Works, 36 Finnieston Street, Glasgow.
  • 1868. Thomson, John, Messrs. John and James Thomson, Finnieston Engine Works, 36 Finnieston Street, Glasgow.
  • 1868. Thornewill, Robert, Messrs. Thornewill and Warharn, Burton Iron Work, Burton-on-Trent.
  • 1861. Thwaites, Robinson, Messrs. Thwaites and Carbutt, 'Vulcan Iron Work, Thornton Road, Bradford.
  • 1875. Thwaites, William Henry, Messrs. Thwaites and Carbutt's, Vulcan Iron Works, Thornton Road, Bradford.
  • 1862. Tolme, Julian Horn, 1 Victoria Street, Westminster, S.W.
  • 1873. Tomkins, Edward, Montpelier Place, Fairfield, Buxton.
  • 1875. Tomkins, William Steele, Messrs. Sharp Stewart and Co.'s, Atlas Work; Manchester.
  • 1857. Tomlinson, Joseph, Jun., Resident Engineer and Locomotive Superintendent, Metropolitan Railway, Chapel Street Works, Edgware Road, London, N.W.
  • 1867. Tonks, Edmund, Brass Works, Moseley Street, Birmingham.
  • 1860. Townsend, Thomas C., 16 Talbot Chambers, Shrewsbury.
  • 1865. Trow, John James, Messrs. William Trow and Sons, Union Foundry, Wednesbury.
  • 1873. Trow, Joseph, Messrs. William Trow and Sons, Union Foundry, Wednesbury; and Holyhead Road, Wednesbury.
  • 1866. Turner, Frederick, Messrs. E. R. and F. Turner, St. Peter's Iron Work; Ipswich.
  • 1872. Turton, Thomas, Liverpool Forge Company, Brunswick Dock, Liverpool
  • 1867. Tweddell, Ralph Hart, 14 Delahay Street, Westminster, S.W.
  • 1874. Twibill, Joseph, Engineer and Iroufounder, Barrack Street, Tatton Street, Chester Road, Manchester.
  • 1856. Tyler, Captain Henry Wheetley, R.E., Railway Department, Board of Trade, Whitehall, London, S.W.

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  • 1875. Unsworth, Thomas, Leicester Works, Dutton Street, StrangewaY4 Manchester.
  • 1862. Upward, Alfred, 11 Great Queen Street, Westminster, S.W.
  • 1875. Urquhart, Thomas, Locomotive Superintendent, Grazi and Tsaritsia Railway, Borisoglebsk, Russia: (or care of. John Maclachlan, 15 Hamilton Street, Greenock.)
  • 1872. Usher, Thomas, Messrs. Reay and Usher, South Hylton Iron Works Sunderland.

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  • 1865. Downing, Samuel, LL.D., Trinity College, Dublin ; and 4 The Eilit Monkstown, near Dublin.
  • 1867. Morin, General Arthur, Director, Conservatoire National des Arts et Metiers, Paris.
  • 1867. Tresca, Henri, Engineer Sub-Director, Conservatoire National des Art' et Metiers, Paris.

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