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Frederick James Wilson

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Frederick James Wilson (1858- )


1915 Indian Biographical Dictionary

Wilson, Frederick James, C.I.E. (1910), A.M.I.C.E., Chief Engineer. Madras (retired); s. of late William Wilson of Pilton, Darling Downs, Queensland and Edinburgh; b. 1858: educ: Somersetshire, Bath and Cooper’s Hill; entered the P.W.D., Madras, 1890; Engineer, Madras Harbour Trust, 1831 and 1893; Assistant to Chief Engineer, Irrigation Department, and Under Secretary to Government of Madras, 1896-1900; again Chief Engineer, Madras Harbour Trust, 1902-05; Chief Engineer, Irrigation Department and Joint Secretary to Government of Madras, 1905; Member, Legislative Council, Madras; President, Madras Sanitary Board; Fellow, University of Madras, 1904; m. Mary Phoebe, d. of Colonel Edward Alfred Birch, M.D., I.M.S., (retired), 1888. Address: c/o H.S. King & Co., Pall Mall, S.W. Clubs: East India United Service, Madras, Ooty.


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