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Ward, Edward Wolstenholme (1823 - 1890)

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Chemist and Military engineer
Born: 17 August 1823  Calcutta, India.  Died: 5 February 1890  Cannes, France.
(Sir) Edward Wolstenholme Ward was the inaugural deputy-master of the Sydney branch of the Royal Mint 1853-66, and of the Melbourne branch 1869-70(?). He was an active member of the Philosophical (Royal) Society of New South Wales and a trustee of the Australian Museum. He presented a talk to the Philosophical Society of New South Wales on the analysis of certain colonial coals.
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