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Albert Reid Ledoux

Albert Reid Ledoux, American mining engineer. member State Board of Health, North Carolina, 1876-1880.

Background

  • Ledoux, Albert Reid was born on November 2, 1852 in at Newport, Kentucky, United States. Son of Review Louis P. and Katharine C. (Reid) Ledoux.

  • Education

    • Educated Columbia School of Mines, 1870-1873. University of Berlin, 1873-1875. A.M., Doctor of Philisophy, University of Göttingen, 1875.

      (honorary Master of Sciences, University of North Carolina, 1880.

    Career

    • Father of Louis Vernon L. State chemist and member State Board of Health, North Carolina, 1876-1880. Since 1880 in practice as consulting engineer, metallurgist, assayer and chemist, and expert in chemistry and engineering cases. For 2 years expert New York Elec.

      Subway Commission; receiver Harney Peak Tin Mining Company 14 years. Vice president Assurance Company of America. Consulting engineer American bureau of Mines.

      Vice president of Chapultepec Land Company President American Institute Mining Engineers, 1903. Home: Cornwall-on-Hudson, New York.

    Membership

    Member State Board of Health, North Carolina, 1876-1880.

    Connections

    • Married Annie Van Vorst Powers (died 1918). Married second, Mistress.
    • father: Review Louis P. Ledoux
    • mother: Katharine C. (Reid) Ledoux
    • spouses: Annie Van Vorst Powers
    • Mistress
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    Born November 2, 1852
    Died October 25, 1923
    (aged 70)
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