Person    | Male  Born 26/2/1789  Died 18/6/1861

Eaton Hodgkinson

Categories: Education, Engineering

Eaton Hodgkinson

Professor of engineering. FRS. Born Cheshire. Studied the strength of columns of various materials and pioneered the application of mathematics to structural design. Late in life his mental abilities failed. Died at home in Manchester. His name appears on the web quite often as "Easton" but we're sticking with the ODNB's "Eaton".

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Eaton Hodgkinson

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Skempton Building plaques

2018: Eamonn Doyle has written to correct our "east to west", saying that the...

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Commonwealth Walkway Trust

Commonwealth Walkway Trust

Established in 2012 with a donation made by the Jubilee Walkway Trust. The Trust’s charitable mission is to create walkways in towns and cities around the world to preserve and protect the physical...

Group, Education, Gardens / Agriculture, History, Sport / Games

2 memorials
St Aloysius' College
2 memorials
Gospel Lighthouse Mission

Gospel Lighthouse Mission

Our drawing, from Exploring Southwark,shows the building to the right of the Mission before the Club building arrived.This website also gives the history of the construction of the two buildings, a...

Building, Education, Property, Social Welfare

1 memorial
Royal School of Naval Architecture

Royal School of Naval Architecture

Established in South Kensington on the site now occupied by the V&A Museum.

Group, Architecture, Education

1 memorial
Dean Colet

Dean Colet

John Colet was the only surviving child of the 22 that his mother bore. Founded St Paul's School in 1509. Churchman and educational pioneer. Born London, son of a Lord Mayor whose wealth he inherit...

Person, Education, Religion

2 memorials