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Frederick William Carrick Whyte

mining engineer

Frederick William Carrick Whyte, British mining engineer. Member American Institute Mining and Metallurgical Engineers, Montana Society Engineers; Club: Anaconda Country.

Background

Whyte, Frederick William Carrick was born on July 27, 1863 in Biggar, Scotland. Son of Robert and Catharine (Carrick) Whyte.

Education

Graduate High School, Stirling, 1878. Mining course, night school, Glasgow.

Career

1 son, Keith Carrick. Apprentice with Johnstones & Rankine, Glasgow, 1878-1883. In Office of Public Works, Glasgow, 1883-1885.

Assistant engineer Johnstones & Rankine, 1885-1887. Came to America, 1887. Assistant and resident engineer, work on location and construction, in Montana, G.N. Railway, 1887-1892.

Chief engineer construction, Butte, Anaconda & Pacific Railway, 1892-1894. Engineer at Belt Coal Mines, for Anaconda Copper Mining Company, 1895-1896, general manager coal department, 1896-1936. Construction engineering, since 1936.

General manager Diamond Coal & Coke Company, 1899-1936.

Membership

Member American Institute Mining and Metallurgical Engineers, Montana Society Engineers. Club: Anaconda Country.

Connections

Married Adeliza Crichton, March 23, 1892.

father:
Robert Whyte

mother:
Catharine (Carrick) Whyte

spouse:
Adeliza Crichton