Clement Wilks

Clement Wilks (15 February 1819 – 2 May 1871) was a notable Civil Engineer and Architect in colonial Victoria, Australia.

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Clement Wilks - Engineer, Colonial Victoria
... In 1852, Clement Wilks left England for Australia, and immediately after arriving in Melbourne joined the Victorian Public Service, as an Assistant Colonial Engineer ... Wilks practiced as an architect and engineer, having prepared designs for the Congregational Church, 24 Lyttleton Street West, Castlemaine in 1855 (Listed on the Register of the National Estate Place 4203) Clement ... It would appear that prior to Wilks being stationed in Ballarat, the roads of the district were administered from Melbourne ...

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