Posted by Web Operations on June 6, 2013 in Australia, Content, New Zealand, United Kingdom

New on the site this week are over 96,000 occupation records from the UK.

The UK, Mechanical Engineer Records, 1870-1931 contain documents relating to membership in the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 1870–1930. They include details such as age, birth date, birth place, education, apprentice details and work experience details.

Similarly, the UK, Civil Engineer Records, 1820-1930 detail records of members of the Institution of Civil Engineers, 1820-1930. You can find information such as name, birth date, residence, nationality and summary of education in these records.

The UK, Civil Engineer Photographs, 1829-1923 collection showcases over 1600 photographs of members of the Institution of Civil Engineers, so you may even get to see a photograph of your ancestor. The photo shown above even notes that it was taken on this engineer’s 80th birthday!

Have a look and let us know on Facebook if you find your ancestor!

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