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1916 of 21 Queen Anne's Gate, London SW
 
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1923 Joined the board of [[William Arrol and Co|Sir Wm Arrol and Co.]], looking after the general contracting side of the business.<ref>The Engineer 1923/01/19 </ref>
  
 
1926 of [[William Arrol and Co|Sir Wm Arrol and Co.]], Ltd., 82 Victoria Street, SW1
 
1926 of [[William Arrol and Co|Sir Wm Arrol and Co.]], Ltd., 82 Victoria Street, SW1

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1868 Born in Stafford,[1] son of James Hutchinson, solicitor's clerk, and his wife Harriet[2]

1895 Elected an Associate of the Inst of Civil Engineers

1895 A civil engineer, joined the Sutton in Ashfield, Notts, Lodge[3]

1906 of Stoke-on-Trent

1908 of Hutchinson and Co, contractors building the Huddersfield to Mirfield Railway of the Midland Railway

c.1910 of Baldry, Yerburgh and Hutchinson

1916 of 21 Queen Anne's Gate, London SW

1923 Joined the board of Sir Wm Arrol and Co., looking after the general contracting side of the business.[4]

1926 of Sir Wm Arrol and Co., Ltd., 82 Victoria Street, SW1


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  2. 1881 census
  3. Freemason membership register
  4. The Engineer 1923/01/19
  • Civil Engineer Lists