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Percival Ross

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Percival Ross

1922 Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., F.G.S., Civil Engineer, 41, Mannville Terrace, Morley Street, Bradford. Training as Land and Mining Surveyor, then under J. H. Cox, M.Inst.C.E., municipal engineer in the City Surveyor's Office, Bradford. Ten years with the Bradford Corporation engaged upon tramways from their adoption in Bradford in 1882, street improvements and main sewering; afterwards Engineer and Surveyor for the North Bierley District Council, carrying out sewage works main drainage, tramways and cemetery laying out. Since 1901 in private practice as Civil Engineer and Architect for the construction of manufactories. Publications: "Archaeological Connected with Engineering on the Roman Wall and Roman Roads in the North of England."

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