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John Charles Coode

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John Charles Coode, civil engineer

c.1845 Born in Plymouth, son of John Coode

Pupil under his father and continued working in his father's office

1869 Assistant engineer on Harbour works in the Isle of Man

1870 Associate of the Inst Civil Engineers

1876 Working in Jersey

1892 William Matthews was made a partner in the firm, which also included John Charles Coode, and was then carried on under the style of Coode, Son and Matthews.

1899 Hon secretary of the Machinery section of the 1899 Engineering Conference.

1905 Left Coode, Son and Matthews

1911 John Charles Coode 66, retired civil engineer, lived in Henley on Thames with Clara Louisa Coode 63, Charles Arthur Primrose Coode 34, Loui Dorothy Scott Knowles 32, Maurice William Coode 31, civil engineer, Helen Gwendolen Knowles 8, Geoffrey Arthur Knowles 1[1]

1923 Died in Devizes[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1911 census
  2. National probate calendar