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William Arthur Johns

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William Arthur Johns (1858- )

1915 Indian Biographical Dictionary

Johns, William Arthur, C.I.E., (1910) A.M.I.C.E., P.W.D. India; s. of Alexandar Johns; b. 1858; educ: R.I.E. College; joined service in P.W. Dept. 1880; Executive Engineer, 1891; Junior Consulting Engineer. 1903; Superintending Engineer, 1903; Manager, Oudh and Rohilkand Railway, 1910; employed with Seistan Boundary Commission, 1902-3; Junior Consulting Engineer for Railways, Dharwar, 1903. Address: Lucknow, India.

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