James Creassy

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James Creassy
Occupation Engineer
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The Creassy Embankment is named after James Creassy, a waterways engineer and surveyor employed by Madocks to supervise its construction, which was primarily of earth and sand. Creassy had considerable experience of ditching and drainage work on the Fens of Lincolnshire & Cambridgeshire, and he afterwards worked with William Jessop on the Leven Canal.




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