English civil enginner
Died: June 30, 1847, Kingsdown, England
He was in business with his father, John Hammond, and brother Cornelius Cook Hammond, for a time, as cork, rope, line, and twine manufacturers. In 1825, the two existing businesses dissolved and became one concern run by Cornelius Hammond.
Resident engineer who oversaw the building of Maidenhead Bridge under Isambard Kingdom Brunel.
Later resident engineer on the Bristol City Docks.
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