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Pedro Pascual De Uhagon Y Vedia

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Pedro Pascual De Uhagon Y Vedia (1850-1916)

1916 Obituary [1]

PEDRO PASCUAL DE UHAGON Y VEDIA, born at Madrid on the 3rd December, 1850, died at Aviles, Spain, on the 17th February, 1916.

He was trained at the Royal School of Mines, and joined the Government Corps of Mining Engineers in 1872. For 8 years he acted as Engineering Director of lead mines at Linares and other places. He was then, for 5 years, engaged at Madrid and Bilbao in inspecting iron mines.

From 1886 to 1897 he had charge of the Arrayanes lead mines and smelting works at Linares, and from 1899 until his death he was Managing Director of the Royal Asturian Company’s spelter works and coal mines at Aviles.

He was elected a Member on the 2nd March, 1897.

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