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Marjoribanks Keppel North

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Marjoribanks Keppel North (1865- )

1922 Eng. Inspector, L.G.B., 1900 to date; b. 1865; second s. of Charles North, of Rougham Hall, Norfolk. Ed. Marlborough, and Freiburg, in Germany. App. with Edward Easton and Co., M.'s Inst.C.E., of Westminster; Student Inst.C.E., 1884; Asst. on the Hastings, Brighton, Herts and Essex, and on other Water and Sewage Works; also on Drainage and Irrigation Works in Norfolk and Lincs.; Asst. Engr., Santa Fe and Cordoba, G.S. Railway., Argentine; 1890—Engr. for contractors main line extension, Central Argentine Railway. to Peyrano, including the construction of bridges over Rivers Pavon, Sauce, and Saladillio; 1892—Asst. Colonial Civil Engr. of British Guiana; 1893-6 and 1900—Acting Colonial Civil Engr., B.G.; also Member of the Court of Policy (Legislative Assembly), B.G.; and Chairman of Polder Canals Commissioners; Government Inspector of Railways., B.G., 1900; Lt. and Capt. R.E., 1914-18. Address: Local Government Bd., Whitehall, S.W.I.

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