Benjamin Hawes

Benjamin Hawes

Sir Benjamin Hawes (1797 – 15 May 1862) was a British Whig politician.

Read more about Benjamin Hawes:  Early Life, Member of Parliament, At The War Office, Works, Family

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Benjamin Hawes - Family
... In 1820, Hawes married Sophia Macnamara Brunel, daughter of Marc Brunel ... his brother-in-law and in his capacity at the War Office, Hawes called in 1855 on the younger Brunel to design a pre-fabricated military hospital, for the Crimean War ...
United States Congressional Delegations From Missouri - House of Representatives
... King Benjamin F ... Benjamin (R) George W ... D) John Montgomery Glover (D) Aylett Hawes Buckner (D) 44th (1875–1877) Edward Charles Kehr (D) Charles Henry Morgan (D) John Finis Philips (D) Benjamin ...
William Fothergill Cooke - Cooke's Initial Telegraph Development With Wheatstone (1837-1839)
... Admiral and Knight Commander, wrote to Sir Benjamin Hawes (1797–1862), of the English Parliament ... significant to note that Sir Francis Beaufort's 5 October 1837 letter to Benjamin Hawes refers to this first near-permanent telegraph installation of the Euston Square to ... Hawes was an early proponent of the electric telegraph and had attended these trials, and was pitching for Cooke all along ...

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