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Cubitt, William

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  • Cubitt, William — SUBJECT AREA: Civil engineering, Ports and shipping, Railways and locomotives [br] b. 1785 Dilham, Norfolk, England d. 13 October 1861 Clapham Common, Surrey, England [br] English civil engineer and contractor. [br] The son of a miller, he… …   Biographical history of technology

  • William Cubitt — Infobox Engineer image width = 150px caption = PAGENAME name = William Cubitt nationality = English birth date = 1785 birth place = Norfolk death date = 1861 death place = education = spouse = parents = children = discipline = civil engineer… …   Wikipedia

  • Cubitt — may refer to: Cubitt Town, an area on the Isle of Dogs in Tower Hamlets in London, England David Cubitt (born 1965), a Canadian television actor Eleni Cubitt, a film maker born in Greece George Cubitt, 1st Baron Ashcombe (1828–1917), a British… …   Wikipedia

  • William Cubitt (MP) — William Cubitt (1791 ndash; 1863) was an English engineering contractor and politician. William was a partner in the building firm established by his elder brother, Thomas Cubitt, at Gray s Inn Road but in about 1827 the partnership was dissolved …   Wikipedia

  • Cubitt Artists — is an artist run art gallery (Cubitt Gallery), artist studios (Cubitt Studios) and art educator (Cubitt Education), founded in 1991. Cubitt was first located in Goodsway in London s Kings Cross area, moved to Cubitt Street (hence the name), later …   Wikipedia

  • William George Cubitt — VC DSO (October 19, 1835 June 25, 1903) was an English recipient of the Victoria Cross, the highest and most prestigious award for gallantry in the face of the enemy that can be awarded to British and Commonwealth forces.DetailsHe was 21 years… …   Wikipedia

  • William Wardell — William Wilkinson Wardell (3 March 1824 – 19 November 1899) was an architect, notable not only for his work in Australia, the country to which he emigrated in 1858, but also for having a successful career as an ecclesiastical architect in England …   Wikipedia

  • William Coward (merchant) — William Coward (1648–1738) was a London merchant in the Jamaica trade, remembered for his support of Dissenters, particularly his educational philanthropy. Contents 1 Life 2 Legacy 3 Notes 4 References …   Wikipedia

  • William Edmund Davies — (1819–1879), bookmaker.Davies, known as the LEVIATHAN, the son of a carpenter, was born in London in 1819, near the site of the Great Northern Hotel, and his earlier years were spent in the service of Cubitt Co., contractors and builders, Gray s… …   Wikipedia

  • Cubitt Town — Coordinates: 51°29′51″N 0°00′22″W / 51.49748°N 0.00616°W / 51.49748; 0.00616 …   Wikipedia

  • William Beardmore and Company — Beardmore Anzeige von 1923 Die William Beardmore and Company war ein schottisches Maschinenbauunternehmen und Werft mit Sitz in Glasgow. Der Gründer William Beardmore errichtete zunächst in Parkhead/Glasgow einen Betrieb, der sich mit der… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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