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Genealogy for James Beaumont Neilson ( - ) family tree on Geni, with over million profiles of ancestors and living relatives. People Projects Discussions Surnames. James Beaumont Neilson was the inventor, and his estate still holds the first patent on, the 'Hot Blast' method of smelting iron and steel. He had to defend his patent several times in . James Beaumont Neilson (), Engineer, of Mossend, Bellshill, Lanarkshire, invented the hot-blast process for iron and steel. Born at Shettleston on 22nd June. His father was engine-wright at Govan colliery c Apprenticed to his brother John at Oakbank. c Appointed superintendent and foreman at the first gas works in Glasgow. Snell by James Beaumont Neilson () Life of James Beaumont Neilson, F.R.S., inventor of the Hot Blast by Thomas B Mackenzie (Book) Report of the trial, before the Lord president of the Court of Session, and a special jury, of the issues in the conjoined actions of suspension and interdict, and.
SUBJECT AREA: Metallurgy [br] b. 22 June Shettleston, near Glasgow, Scotland d. 18 January Queenshill, Kirkcudbright shire, Scotland [br] Scottish inventor of hot blast in ironmaking. [br] After leaving school before the age of 14. Books. A-Z of books and conference proceedings; About our eBooks; ICE bookshop; Book series; Subjects. All Subjects; Buildings and structures; Coastal and offshore engineering; Development, planning and urban engineering; Energy; Geology, geotechnical and ground engineering; Health and safety; Law and contracts; Leadership and management. Born Octo in Glasgow, son of Walter Neilson iron master of Govan Ironworks. Elder brother of James Beaumont Neilson (). Received a classical education but adopted the profession of his father Founder/Owner of Oakbank Iron Works Glasgow. Married Margaret Baird in St Quivox and Newton, Ayr. Property Value; dbo:abstract James Beaumont Neilson (22 de junio de , Lanark - 18 de enero de , Kirkcudbright) fue un inventor escocés. Mientras se encontraba trabajando en la fábrica de gas Glasgow Gasworks, puso en práctica el uso de una corriente de aire caliente para fundir la psilomelana.
James Beaumont Neilson (), Scottish engineer; Perlita Neilson (), born Margaret Phillipa Sowden, English film, stage and television actress, perhaps best known for her role as Anne Frank in the London production of The Diary of Anne Frank (). James Beaumont Neilson: | | | |James Beaumont Neilson| | | | | World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the. James Neilson may refer to. James Beaumont Neilson (–), Scottish inventor of iron-smelting processes; James Crawford Neilson (–), Baltimore, Maryland architect; James Neilson (director) (–), film and television director James Neilson (footballer) (–), Scottish footballer James Neilson (racing driver) (died ), Scottish racing driver. James Beaumont Neilson, engineer, was born on the 22nd of June, First, we had the Stone Age, then the Bronze Age and then the Iron Age, which lasted for ages. The last great era of the Iron Age was the period of the Industrial Revolution and it was ushered in thanks to James Beaumont Neilson, whose invention revolutionised the entire iron industry.