James Whatman

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James Whatman

Locality: Bundaberg Area, Australia
Summary: Pilot at Seair Pacific
Industry: Transportation/Trucking/Railroad
Experience: Seair Pacific (Transportation/Trucking/Railroad industry): Pilot,   

Interests: career opportunities, consulting offers, new ventures, job inquiries, expertise requests, business deals, reference requests, getting back in touch

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2 JN Balston, The elder James Whatman: England’s greatest papermaker (1702–1759), JN Balston: West Farleigh, Kent 1992, p.124. 3 JN Balston, The elder James Whatman: England’s ...

James Whatman, father & son | National Library of Australia

Available in the National Library of Australia collection. Author: Balston, Thomas; Format: Book; xi, 170 p. illus., map, 8 plates (incl. 5 ports.) 23 cm.

Harriett HOCKING

Marriage: William James WHATMAN in 1900 in Vic, AUS; Died: 22 Nov 1936, Fitzroy, Vic, AUS; Buried: 23 Nov 1936, Fawkner, Vic, AUS; Harriett married William James WHATMAN, son ...

Harold James WHATMAN

Regimental number: 1420: Religion: Church of England: Occupation: Labourer: Address: 15 Godstone Street, Enmore, New South Wales: Marital status: Single: Age at embarkation

Watermarks and Countermarks

The elder James Whatman began to produce good quality white paper at his famous mill established in Kent around 1740. more information

MSOVC - Adopt a Star

Colin James Whatman: IC4725, M25 Sagittarii: open star cluster: Tully James Carmady: NGC6494, M23 Sagittarii: open star cluster: Matthew Patching: NGC6514, M20 Sagittarii

Descendants of Edward Eldridge 1742-????

... Harriet Eldridge (1804-1811) Mary Eldridge m 1824 Henry Whatman (1805-1876) | | | Ann Whatman (1824-1901) | James Whatman (1826 ...

Sebra Prints, architecture, sporting, natural history ...

Not commonly used until the 1790s, James Whatman was the famous maker of this paper. laid paper - made on a wire mesh which imparts parallel lines onto the paper esp when held to ...

[Biographical cuttings on Keith Whatman, former demolition ...

James Whatman, father & son; Palmerston North; a centennial history, with an introduction on landforms in the Manawatu by Norman Whatman; Biodiversity / prepared by: Jann ...


... Lady Pip 01/04/08 Ladys Manor Wildman Hillview Park Dundee Pippa 38 Tracey Thompson Woorayl Park Jasper Chloe 02/04/08 Wilcox View Jasper Melville Park Leduc Chloe 39 James Whatman ...

CITY OF ADELAIDE Clipper maritime portrait, 1864

This was invented by James Whatman in 1756. The strength of rag paper is due to the long length of the fibres as opposed to short wood fibres that were to used later.

Simulation Modelling Services - Arena Modelling and Preactor ...

It has been a brand preferred by heads of state, artists and other luminaries almost since founder James Whatman first began production in Maidstone, Kent in 1740.

Paper-making in England, 1495-1788 / Rhys Jenkins | National ...

The elder James Whatman : England's greatest paper maker (1702-1759) : a study of eighteenth century pap... Cai Lun zao zhi shu de fa ming yu fa zhan / Rong Yuankai bian zhu