John Herbert Gregory, American engineer, educator. Awarded Thomas Fitch Rowland prize, 1910, James Laurie prize, 1930, and Rudolph Hering medal, 1935, by American Society Civil Engineers. member Rudolph Hering & John H. Gregory, consultant engrs., New York, 1911-1917; Member Engineers’ Advisory Board, Reconstruction Finance Corporation, 1932.
1 son, Richard Sears. Engineer with Boston Metropolitan Sewerage Works, 1893-1894, Boston Metropolitan Water Works, 1895-1897, Albany Water Filtration Works, 1897-1900, Philadelphia Water Filtration Works, 1900-1902, Jersey City Water Supply Works, 1902-1903, New York Filtration Department Commision on Additional Water Supply, 1903-1904. Engineer in charge Improved Water and Sewerage Works, Columbus, Ohio, 1904-1909.
Resident engineer Passaic Valley Sewerage Project, Newark, New Jersey, 1909-1910. Engineer Metropolitan Sewerage Commission, New York, 1910-1911. Member Rudolph Hering & John H. Gregory, consultant engrs., New York, 1911-1917.
Practiced alone, 1917-1919. Settled at Baltimore as construction engineering, 1919. Also professor civil and sanitary engineering, Johns Hopkins University, since 1920.
Commissioned captain United States of America, 1918.
Born August 7, 1874