Gregory, Charles Hutton

CIVIL ENGINEER (ENGLAND)
BORN 14 Oct 1817, London: Woolwich - DIED 10 Jan 1898, London
GRAVE LOCATION London: Brompton Cemetery, Old Brompton Road, West Brompton

Charles Hutton Gregory was the son of the mathematician Dr Olinthus Gilbert Gregory (1774-1841) who was a teacher at the military academy in Woolwich.

Charles was a consulting engineer for several railway companies, based in Ceylon, Trinidad and other locations. In 1842-1843 he introduced semaphore signalling in England. He was a member of the Channnel Tunnel Committee in 1882.

In 1894 he married the actress Fanny Stirling, but she died the following hear. He lived until 1898 and died in London.

Family
• Wife: Stirling, Fanny (1894-1895)

Sources
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_Hutton_Gregory

Images

The grave of Sir Charles Hutton Gregory and Fanny Stirling at Brompton Cemetery, London.
Picture by Androom (19 Aug 2017)

 


Greiner, Otto

Published: 14 Oct 2017
Last update: 14 Oct 2017