By late 1795 Jefferson had found his man, millwright John H. Buck, and on January 5, 1796, Jefferson noted that the millwright had begun working on the threshing machine.
As a millwright , he moved from one job location to another and hence left few traces in public records prior to 1796.
Born in London, the son of a millwright , Nash was the most successful English architect of the early 19th cent.
The first job Croll tried his hand at was as a millwright .
The group has just heard it has been successful in its bid for nearly £22,000 from the Local Heritage Initiative to fund a millwright 's survey, promotional literature, a computer and archive.
A United Steelworkers of America activist, the soon-to-be-unemployed millwright entered a nonpartisan race for a seat on the St. Louis County Commission and topped a field of twelve candidates in February voting.
Residents in the 1891 Census comprised worsted workers, a millwright and a caretaker of the mill reservoir, which had been incorporated into the local authority water-works system.
He took great pride that his son Richard who is a millwright decided to build the first new mill in the county for a century.
And it's entirely fitting for a retired millwright and machinist, who doesn't hesitate to proclaim that just as the lion is the king of the jungle the hammer ‘is the king of tools.’
Andre, a retired millwright , said they'll bank the latest winnings until they decide what to do with the cash.