Surveyor born in Bristol, England in March 1843, and came to South Australia with his parents on the Lord George Bentinck, which arrived in April, 1852. He was educated at private schools, Wick’s, North Adelaide; Wylie’s, and the Rev. W. H. Mudie’s, at Magill and completed his education at St. Mary’s College, Geelong. He entered the Survey Department as a cadet on June 1, 1862, and after acquiring experience in all branches of the profession, was appointed Deputy Surveyor-General in December, 1886, and Surveyor-General on July 1, 1894, on the retirement of the late Mr. G. W. Goyder. He was Surveyor General 1894–1911.
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