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John Carrick

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John Carrick (1819-1890)


1890 Obituary [1]

. . . . Returning to Glasgow, he began business in partnership with Ma r. Brown, but the partnership lasted only a few years. Soon afterwards Mr. Carrick entered the service of the Glasgow Corporation, succeeding the late Mr. Hume in the office then known as superintendent of streets. This was in the beginning of the year 1844; thereafter until his death Mr. Carrick served the corporation as city architect . . . . [more]



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