Buck, Walter M

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Buck, Walter M

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1826-1881

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Walter Buck was born in Dublin Ireland December 1826. He was a Civil Engineer. He came to Canada in 1852 where he was appointed Chief Engineer of the New Brunswick & Canada Railway. From that time on he held important positions on every railroad in New Brunswick, and at the time of his death in 1881 he was provincial engineer of New Brunswick. He lived in St Andrews and was aparishman of All Saints Anglican Church. He revised the plans for All Saints Church from a stone structure to a wooden one.

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Dublin, and St. Andrews.

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