Person    | Male  Born 13/6/1854  Died 11/2/1931

Sir Charles Parsons

Categories: Engineering, Science

Scientist and engineer. Designed marine turbines.
Born 13 Connaught Place, Hyde Park into an aristocratic family. Died on board the liner The Duchess of Richmond, after taking ill in Jamaica.

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Sir Charles Parsons

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Parsons Library

1854 - 1931 This library is dedicated to Sir Charles Parsons, scientist and ...

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