Person    | Male  Born 27/11/1880  Died 11/3/1950

Sir Ralph Freeman

Categories: Engineering

Countries: Australia

Sir Ralph Freeman

Civil engineer. Born 88 Rendlesham Road, West Hackney.  Worked on Sydney harbour bridge. Died at home, Graden, Hendon Avenue. Picture at: Flickr (copyrighted).

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Sir Ralph Freeman

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Skempton Building plaques

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