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WILLIAMS, Edward Leader (1828 - 1910), consulting engineer Manchester Ship Canal

ARMSTRONG, (Harry) Gloster (1861 - 1938), Commercial Adviser to the Manchester Ship Canal Company

EDMONDS, Winston Godward (1912 - 2005), Managing Director, Manchester Ship Canal Co., 1961–70

Convention between Panama and the United States for the Construction of a Ship Canal, signed at Washington, 18 November 1903

WOOD, Norman (1905 - 2002), Director: Manchester Ship Canal Co., 1954–64; Associated British Foods Ltd, 1964–75, retired

THOMAS, Robert (Evan) (1901 - 2004), JP, DL; Leader, Greater Manchester Metropolitan County Council, 1973–77; Deputy Chairman, Manchester Ship Canal, 1971–74

REDFORD, Donald Kirkman (1919 - 2006), DL; President, The Manchester Ship Canal Company, since 1986 (Managing Director, 1970–80; Chairman, 1972–86)

REED, Henry Ashman (1866 - 1935), Member of Council of Institution of CE; Member of Association of Consulting Engineers; Consulting Engineer, Manchester Ship Canal, since 1930

LAZARUS, Peter (Esmond) (1926 - 1995), Director, Manchester Ship Canal Co., 1986–93; Member, Civil Aviation Authority, 1986–92

M’CABE, Daniel (1852 - 1919), JP; DL; Lord Mayor, Manchester, 1914–15; Director of Manchester Ship Canal; Alderman of the City of Manchester

Convention for Facilitating and Protecting the Construction of a Ship Canal between the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans etc. between Great Britain and the United States, signed at Washington, 19 April 1850

Treaty between Great Britain and the United States relative to the Establishment of a Communication by Ship Canal between the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, signed at Washington, 18 November 1901

CAMPBELL, Angus Dudley (1895 - 1967), JP 1942; Director: The Manchester Ship Canal; Martin’s Bank; London Assurance; Sea Insurance; Haighton & Dewhurst Ltd; Geo. & R. Dewhurst Ltd (Chairman)

TISDALE, David (1835 - 1913), PC 1896; KC; MP Norfolk, Ontario, 1887–1908; President St Clair and Erie Ship Canal Company; Vice-President of the United Empire Loyalist Association for Ontario

HUNTER, William Henry (1849 - 1917), civil and consulting engineer; Consulting Engineer to the Manchester Ship Canal Co. since 1910; to the Marine Board of Launceston, Tasmania; to the Greenock Harbour Trust, etc

Convention between Great Britain and the United States supplementary to that of 19 April 1850 relative to the Establishment of Communication by Ship-Canal between the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, signed at Washington, 5 February 1900

NEEDHAM, Christopher Thomas (1866 - 1944), DL, JP for Lancashire; Chairman of National Boiler & General Insurance Co. Ltd; Director of District Bank, Ltd (Chairman, 1922–36), London & North-Eastern Railway Co., Manchester Ship Canal Co.; and of Alliance Assurance Co. Ltd

SOUTHERN, James Wilson (1840 - 1909), JP; Head of Timber Firm James W. Southern and Son, Ltd; Deputy-Chairman Manchester Ship Canal; Director of Manchester Liners; Chairman Grove Mill Paper Co., Ltd; ex-President Library Association United Kingdom; Alderman, City of Manchester

 

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A canal wide and deep enough for ships to travel along it.

Subjects: Warfare and Defence.


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