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Lionel Sealy-Allin

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Lionel Frederick Norwood Allin (later Sealy-Allin) (1877-1911)

1877 Born in Middlesex, son of Samuel Sealy Allin

1881 Samuel S. Allin 45, timber merchant, lived in Brentford with Sophia C. Allin 33, Lionel F. Allin 4, Violet A. Allin 2

1891 Living with his grandmother in Tunbridge[1]

1890s Field training under A. Sealy-Allin

1911 Obituary [2]

LIONEL SEALY-ALLIN, born on the 36th February, 1877, died at Cordoba, Argentina, on the 12th April, 1911.

He was first employed on railway and road construction in India, and subsequently became an assistant engineer on the Cape Government Railways.

Early in 1909 he went to Argentina, where, at the time of his death, he was in charge of survey work for the Cordoba Railway.

Mr. Sealy-Allin was elected an Associate Member on the 1st December, 1908.

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