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Possibly Thomas Wheelwright (b.1828 in Leeds) recorded as an engineer in 1861<ref>1861 census</ref>, or his son, Joseph Wheelwright (b1851) who was recorded as an engineer in 1901; a Frederick George Wheelwright (b1876) was recorded as an engineer at the same time (presumably a son)<ref>Freemason Membership Registers</ref>
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Presumably a partner in [[Brassey, Wythes, and Wheelwright|Brassey, Wythes and Wheelright]]
 
Presumably a partner in [[Brassey, Wythes, and Wheelwright|Brassey, Wythes and Wheelright]]
  

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Possibly Thomas Wheelwright (b.1828 in Leeds) recorded as an engineer in 1861[1], or his son, Joseph Wheelwright (b1851) who was recorded as an engineer in 1901; a Frederick George Wheelwright (b1876) was recorded as an engineer at the same time (presumably a son)[2]

Presumably a partner in Brassey, Wythes and Wheelright

1870 Nominated Edward Taylor Simpson as General Manager of the Buenos Ayres and Ensenada Port Railway

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Sources of Information

  1. 1861 census
  2. Freemason Membership Registers