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Ambrose Edwin Lehman

Ambrose Edwin Lehman, American civil engineer. member civil service board examiners, department municipal engineering, Philadelphia.

Background

  • Lehman, Ambrose Edwin was born on May 23, 1851 in Lebanon, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of Benjamin Bringhurst and Susanna (Mustin) Lehman.

  • Education

    • Educated by private tutors and abroad. Technical education, Paris.

    Career

    • Captain M. Koheler, January 28, 1892. Geological engineer and topographer survey of Pennsylvania, 1874-1886. Was assistant chief engineer Interoceanic Railway, Mexico.

      Chief engineer Gettysburg & Harrisburg R.R., 1882-1891, Brooklyn, Bath & Coney Island R.R., 1885-1889. Consulting engineer Great Falls Water Power Company, North Carolina, 1889-1893. Studied European transportation systems, rys. and common roads and highways, 1894-1895.

      Member civil service board examiners, department municipal engineering, Philadelphia. Consulting engineer St. Maurice Syndicate, Quebec, exploration and development of mineral deposits, Hudson’s Bay region, Transcontinental Railway, Canada, since 1910. Mapped the topography and geologic sections of South Mountains, Pennsylvania.

      Numerous expert reports on explorations for iron, coal, copper, etc., in the United States, Canada, Cuba and Mexico Author: Topographic Models and Relief Maps. Home: Philadelphia, Pa.

    Works

    • Author: Topographic Models and Relief Maps.

    Membership

    Member civil service board examiners, department municipal engineering, Philadelphia.

    Connections

    • Married Emilie Wyonne, d.
    • father: Benjamin Bringhurst Lehman
    • mother: Susanna (Mustin) Lehman
    • spouse: Emilie Wyonne
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    Died April 7, 1917
    (aged 66)
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