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James Edwards Wilson

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James Edwards Wilson

1858 Married. James Edwards Wilson, Esq., District Engineer, East Indian Railway, Soorool, to Elizabeth June, widow of the late Captain Henry Neville.[1]

1865 James Edwards Wilson, Engineer, Indian Branch Railway, Westminster Buildings, Westminster.[2]

1865 Patent. James Edwards Wilson, of Grasmere, Civil engineer, for improvements in locomotive engines arid in springs of railway carriages.[3]

1868 Engineer-in-Chief on the Oudh and Rohilkhand Railway.[4]

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Sources of Information

  1. Friend of India and Statesman - Thursday 20 May 1858
  2. 1865 Institution of Mechanical Engineers
  3. Stockton Herald, South Durham and Cleveland Advertiser - Friday 29 December 1865
  4. 1868 Bradshaw's Railway Manual