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F. Walter Hodson

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Frederick Walter Hodson, M.Inst.C.E., F.G.S., M.Cons.E., M.I.Water E.

Consulting Civil Engineer, of Loughborough.

"Hodsons, Loughborough."

1871 Born, eldest son of George Hodson, M.Inst.C.E.

Consulting Engineer to a number of Corporations, County Councils, Urban and Rural District Councils on matters of Public Water Supply and Sewerage, and to a number of large Landowners, Millowners, etc., including Parliamentary and Local Government Board procedure, Arbitrations, Valuations, etc.

Past President, Leicester Engineering Society

Vice-President, Nottingham Engineering Society

Director, Hathern, Station Brick and Terra-cotta Co., Ltd.

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