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Robert Waddell (2)

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of Liverpool

1815 Born in Dumbarton[1], son of Alexander Waddell

For many years was chief engineer of several of the Cunard Mail Line of Steam Ships

1853 of 41 Wesley Street, Liverpool, an engineer[2]

1856 Published a paper on his method of packing the slide valves of marine engines[3]

1871 Robert Waddell 55, Chief Engineer of RMS Scotia, lived in Toxteth Park, Liverpool, with Elizabeth Waddell 47[4]

1881 Robert Waddell 65, retired marine engineer, lived in Kirkdale with Isabella G. Waddell 57[5]

1890 Died in Southport[6]


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Sources of Information

  1. 1871 census
  2. Gore's Directory
  3. Proc. I Mech E June 1, 1856
  4. 1871 census
  5. 1871 census
  6. national probate calendar