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Nicholas Proctor Burgh

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1859. Steam engines.

Nicholas Procter Burgh (c1835-1900) of Waterloo Bridge Road, London.

c1835. Born at Callington, Cornwall.

1857 Married

1863 Published a Treatise on Sugar Machinery, through E. and F. N. Spon. [1]

1869 Wrote about the History of the Invention of the Link Motion in The Engineer.[2][3] [4]

1871 Living at 78 Waterloo Road, Lambeth: Nicholas P. Burgh (age 36 born Callington), Civil Engineer. With his wife Elizabeth P. (age 36 born Gloucester). One servant. [5]

1872 Portable Steam Pump and Boiler

1881 Living at 1 Rosslyn Villas, Beulah Road, Croydon: Nicholas P. Burgh (age 47 born Callington), Civil Engineer. With his wife Elizabeth (age 48 born Gloucester). [6]

1900 Died

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