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Smith, Thaddeus Sanford (b. 1840.)

Name: Smith, Thaddeus Sanford (b. 1840.)

Historical Note:

Thaddeus Sanford Smith, C.E., (St. Louis, Mo.), son of Sol and Elizabeth (Pugsley) Smith, was born at Mobile, Ala., May 31st, 1840. Prepared at the Central High School, St. Louis, Mo., and entered the Institute in October, 1858. Commenced practice of his profession in St. Louis Mo., 1861-1872, from which date he was engaged in banking, manufacturing and mercantile pursuits, until 1882, when he established a brick manufactory in St. Louis, Mo., known as the Broadway brick works. Most of his time as an engineer was devoted to the public works of the city of St. Louis, Mo., more especially the water works. During the late war he was an assistant engineer in the Unites States navy, from which he resigned on account of disagreement with health. During the last to years of the war he commanded a company in the Thirtieth (cavalry) regiment of Missouri volunteers. He was a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers, and the St. Louis Society of Civil Engineers. Married, August 26, 1872, Miss Rosalie T. Balmer, of St. Louis, Mo., daughter of Charles Balmer, Esq., and eminent musician and music publisher.

(from Nason's Biographical Record, 1887)

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