|Title:||The Life and Works of James Trubshaw, 1777-1853: Staffordshire Builder, Architect and Civil Engineer|
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|Publisher:||Anne Bayliss (April 1979)|
James Trubshaw (13 February 1777 – 28 October 1853) was an English builder, architect and civil engineer. His civil engineering works include the construction of the Grosvenor Bridge in Chester, Cheshire, then the longest stone span. He also pioneered the technique of underexcavation with the straightening the leaning tower of St Chad's in Wybunbury, Cheshire.
The Life and Works of James Trubshaw, 1777-1853: Staffordshire Builder, Architect and Civil Engineer. ISBN 9780950640501 (978-506405-0-1) Softcover, Anne Bayliss, 1979. Founded in 1997, BookFinder.
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Bayliss A. "The Life and Work of James Trubshaw, 1777–1853: Staffordshire Builder, Architect and Civil Engineer" (Anne Bayliss; 1978) (ISBN 0950640506). Wybunbury - is a village (at SJ 696 499) and civil parish in the Crewe and Nantwich district of Cheshire, England. The village lies 3 miles to the south east of Nantwich and 3¾ miles to the south of Crewe. The parish also includes the settlements of Clannor.
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TRUBSHAW, JAMES (1777–1853), engineer, born at Mount Pleasant (now Colwich) Priory in Staffordshire on 13 Feb. 1777, was the son of James Trubshaw, a stonemason and builder of Colwich, by his second wife, Elizabeth, daughter of John Webb of Levedale. He was educated at a school at Rugeley
The Life and Works of James Trubshaw, 1777-1853: Staffordshire Builder, Architect and Civil Engineer by Anne Bayliss (Apr 1979). The Life and Works of James Trubshaw (1777-1853) Staffordshire Builder, Architect, Engineer by Anne Bayliss (1978). Ernest Brian Trubshaw, CBE, MVO was a notable test pilot, and the first British pilot to fly Concorde, in April 1969. James Trubshaw was an English builder, architect and civil engineer.
James Trubshaw was an English builder, architect and civil engineer.