|Francis Ernest Wentworth-Shields|
London, United Kingdom
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Francis Ernest Wentworth-Shields was born in London in 1869. He was appointed to be a Major of the Territorial Army's Engineer and Railway Staff Corps, an unpaid, volunteer unit which provides technical expertise to the British Army, on 28 March 1925. He served as president of the Institution of Civil Engineers for the November 1944 to November 1945 session. Wentworth-Shield was an Officer of the Order of the British Empire and a Knight Bachelor. He died in 1959.
- "Reinforced concrete piling and piled structures" by Francis Ernest Wentworth-Sheilds in libraries (WorldCat catalog)
- Francis Ernest Wentworth Sheilds, Grace's Guide to British Industrial History
- Watson 1988, p. 254.
- Masterton, Gordon (2005), ICE Presidential Address (PDF), archived from the original (PDF) on 24 February 2009, retrieved 11 February 2009
- "No. 33040". The London Gazette. 21 April 1925. p. 2685.
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|President of the Institution of Civil Engineers
November 1944 – November 1945
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