John Job Crew Bradfield (1867 - 1917)

Bradfield was a civil engineer, who passed the Sydney senior public examination in 1885, gaining the medal for chemistry. Dux of his school, he won a Queensland government university exhibition and in 1886 matriculated at the University of Sydney. From St Andrew’s College, he continued his brilliant academic career, graduating B.E. with the University Gold Medal in 1889. civil engineer, was born on 26 December 1867 at Sandgate, Queensland, fourth son of John Edward Bradfield, labourer and Crimean War veteran, and his wife Maria, née Crew. An associate from 1893 of the Institution of Civil Engineers, London, he graduated M.E. with first-class honours and the University Medal in 1896. He went on to receive numerous awards and medals throughout his career.

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