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An engineer who on 11th December 1797 advertised threashing and winowing machines, flour mills and cider presses, including in the advertisement "canals cut on the new patent plan eighteen feet wide, and three deep, with all apparatus complete, in good ground, £900 per mile. Likewise surveys the lines of canals". He finished by offering Edgecumbe's New Patent Inclided Plane.
Relationships: worked with Robert Coad and worked with Thomas Esterbrook.
|1821||Retyn and East Wheal Rose scheme||He surveyed the line and estimated the cost at £16,000.|
|Late 1823||Liskeard & Looe Union Canal||Resurveyed the line of the canal with Robert Coad and Thomas Esterbrook, estimating the cost at £12,578.|