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Max am Ende sometimes as 'Maxam Ende'. (c1840- )
Civil Engineer, specializing in ironwork structures.
3 Westminster Chambers, London. 
c1840 Born in Germany
1857-60 Studied engineering in Carlsruhe
1860-61 Engineer at the Royal Prussia Dockyard, Danzig
1861-62 Engineer at the Vulcan Works, Stettin
1862-64 Draughtsman for C. Hoppe in Berlin
1870 Designed railway bridges whilst in Russia
1870-72 Designed bridges and ports with Mr Ordish
1872 Established as engineer in London, designing and constructing structures including roofs, bridges, etc.
1876 of 2 Middle Scotland Yard, London SW, elected an Associate of the Inst Civil Engineers
1884 Member of the Inst Civil Engineers
1886 of 3 Westminster Chambers, Victoria
1895 Book. North Sea and Baltic canal by Max Am Ende
1901 Living at 24 Highbury Grove, Highbury, Islington: Max Am Ende (age 61 born Germany), Civil and Mechanical Engineer and Employer. With his wife Wilhelmina Am Ende (age 42 born Germany). One German servant.
1906 of 18 Abingdon Street, London SW,
1910 Lived in Highbury Grove, Islington
1916 of Walkmuhlstrasse 44, Wiesbaden, Germany