The Indian Biographical Dictionary (1915)/Deadman, Henry Edward
Deadman, Henry Edward, C.B. (1904); b. London, 1843; .s. of late John Deadman, of Brockley, S.E.; educ: private schools; Royal Dockyard Technical Schools; Roval School of Naval Architecture, S. Kensington. (F.R.S.N.A); Assistant and Principal Overseer of war-ships building in private yards, H.M. Dockyard, Devonport 1867-80; Constructor, Indian Government Dockyard, Bombay, 1880-83; very highly commended in Government of India despatches for work in connection with the transport of the Indian contingent of the Egypt Expeditionary Force of 1882; Constructor, H.M. Dockyard, Chatham, 1883-86; Constructor, H.M. Dockyard, Portsmouth, 1886-92; at the Admiralty, 1892-1902; Assistant Director of Naval Construction, Admiralty, 1902-6; has served on various Admiralty Departmental Committees; gave evidence before other Departmental and House of Commons Committees on subjects connected with naval architecture and dockyard management; several times thanked by the Board of Admiralty; is a member of the Council of Institution of Naval Architects. Address: 10, Bolingbroke Grove, S.W.