The Indian Biographical Dictionary (1915)/Walton, Frederick Thomas Granville

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The Indian Biographical Dictionary (1915) by C. Hayavadana Rao
Walton, Frederick Thomas Granville

Walton, Frederick Thomas Granville, C.I.E. (1888), Chief Engineer; s. of late William Walton of Hampton, Middlesex; b. 1840; studied under Richard Johnson, the famous Engineer; Assistant Engineer in the construction of joining Cheshire Railways till 1860; Oudh and Rohilkand Railways, India, 1868-88; in charge of Ram Ganga River Bridge and Lines; in charge of Dufterin Bridge over the Ganges at Benares, 1881-87; elected M.I.C.E., 1886; Engineer-in-Chief, Oudh and Rohilkand Railways, 1889-96; Bridge construction over Godavari River, at Rajahmundry, 1896-1900; has also built the following other bridges:- Raingunga. Bareilly, Moradabad, and Kosi Rampur. m. Charlotte Eliza, 2nd d. of Sir Cusack Roney, 1877. Address: c/o Messrs. Grindlay and Co., 54, Parliament Street, S.W.