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Charles Henry Barratt

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Charles Henry Barratt (1857- )

1922 M.Inst.C.E., Public Works Dept., India; retired from Indian Service as Chief Engr., Punjab, India; b. 1857; s. of James Barratt, of Wicken, Northants. Ed. Bedford. Training: Royal Indian Eng. Coll., Coopers Hill. Works comprise: Amritsar Drainage; Peshawar City Waterworks; Frontier Defences in the Tochi Valley; Khyber and Kurram; Planning and laying out of new Townships in the Canal Colonies; Designing and Constructing Agricultural Bldgs. at Lyallpore; Punjab, etc. Address: 6o, St. John's Road, Clifton, Bristol.

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