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Louis Philip Nott

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Louis Philip Nott (1858-1916)

Son-in-law of Thomas Andrew Walker

1916 Obituary [1]

LOUIS PHILIP NOTT, born in 1858, died at Bristol on the 4th July, 1916.

Trained under the late Mr. T. A. Walker, contractor, he soon attained a position of responsibility, and was entrusted with the supervision of the Whitechapel Extension railway, Preston Docks, Manchester Ship Canal and other contracts.

On Mr. Walker’s death, Mr. Nott engaged in contracting business on his own account, and carried out contracts on the Mersey, and in South Wales, Scotland, and elsewhere for harbour and dock works, railways and waterworks.

He was elected an Associate on the 4th July, 1916.

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