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Clark, Latimer, 1822-1898

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Personal name headingClark, Latimer, 1822-1898
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Variant(s)Clark, Josiah Latimer, 1822-1898
Associated countryGreat Britain
Associated placeLondon (England)
AddressWestminster Chambers, Victoria Street London S.W.
Birth date1822-03-10
Death date1898-10-30
Place of birthGreat Marlow (Buckinghamshire, England)
Field of activityCivil engineering Electrical engineering
Profession or occupationCivil engineers Electrical engineers
Found inHis General description of the Britannia and Conway tubular bridges, 1850: t.p. (Latimer Clark, resident assistant)
Boase (Clark, Josiah Latimer; b. 3-10-1822; d. 10-30-1898)
Hill & Clark's patent boat-lowering and detaching apparatus., 1877: t.p. (Latimer Clark; Memb. Inst. C.E.; 6 Westminster Chambers, Victoria Street, London, S.W.)
Wikipedia, viewed 11 January 2019 (Josiah Latimer Clark FRAS (10 March 1822-30 October 1898); electrical engineer born in Great Marlow, Buckinghamshire; in 1863, was concerned in the construction, by the London Pneumatic Despatch Company, of a tube between the London North-West District post office and Euston Station, London; about the same period he was engaged in experimental researches on the propagation of the electric current in submarine cables)
Associated languageeng
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