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Encyclopedia > George Rennie (sculptor and politician)

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  • http://www.geo.ed.ac.uk/scotgaz/people/famousfirst1176.html
  • http://www.visit-dunedin.co.nz/history-scots.html

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George Rennie: Information from Answers.com (154 words)
George Rennie (3 December 1791 – 30 March, 1866) was an engineer born in London, England.
He was the son of the Scottish engineer John Rennie and the brother of Sir John Rennie.
Rennie worked as a consultant in the construction of the foundations of London's Grosvenor Bridge in 1832.
Dictionary of Australian Biography L (20469 words)
He was not an outstanding politician either as a private member or as a minister, but he was an authority on constitutional subjects and thoroughly conversant with parliamentary usages.
His grandfather, George Leake, came to Perth with the pioneers in 1829, and was chairman of directors of the Bank of Western Australia when it was founded in 1837.
George Leake was educated at the Bishop's boys' school at Perth and at St Peter's College, Adelaide.
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