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Philip St. Julien Wilson

civil engineer

Philip St. Julien Wilson, American civil engineer. Served as captain infantry, Spanish-American War.; Mason.

Background

Wilson, Philip St. Julien was born on May 30, 1867 in Powhatan Company, Virginia, United States. Son of Samuel M. and Sallie B. (Cocke) Wilson.

Education

Preparatory education Episcopal High School, Virginia. C.E., Virginia Military Institute, 1886. Unmarried.

Career

Instructor mathematics and engineering, at Suffolk, Virginia, 1887-1891. Assistant city engineer, Richmond, Virginia, 1902-1906. State highway commissioner of Virginia, 1906-1913.

Assistant director Bureau Public Roads, Washington. District of Columbia, 1914-1916. Chief engineer Bureau Public Roads, United States Department of Agriculture, since 1916.

Membership

Served as captain infantry, Spanish-American War.

Connections

father:
Samuel M. Wilson

mother:
Sallie B. (Cocke) Wilson