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John Wallis Hammond

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Born: c.1800

Died: June 30, 1847, Kingsdown, England

He was in business with his father, John Hammond, and brother Cornelius Cook Hammond, for a time, as cork, rope, line, and twine manufacturers.

He was the Resident Engineer during the building of Maidenhead Railway Bridge under Isambard Kingdom Brunel.

He was later Resident Engineer on the Bristol City Docks.


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Sources of Information

  • [1] ironandsteam.com - John Wallis Hammond