Samuda Brothers

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Samuda Brothers was an engineering and ship building firm at Cubitt Town on the Isle of Dogs in London, founded by Jacob and Joseph d'Aguilar Samuda.wikipedia
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Samuda Estate

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The site is now occupied by Samuda Estate.
The estate is named for the shipbuilding company of the Samuda Brothers, Jacob and Joseph d'Aguilar Samuda, who formerly occupied the site.

Joseph d'Aguilar Samuda

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Samuda Brothers was an engineering and ship building firm at Cubitt Town on the Isle of Dogs in London, founded by Jacob and Joseph d'Aguilar Samuda.
He started out in his father's counting-house, but in 1832 he joined his elder brother to set up Samuda Brothers.

Cubitt Town

Samuda Brothers was an engineering and ship building firm at Cubitt Town on the Isle of Dogs in London, founded by Jacob and Joseph d'Aguilar Samuda.
For many years this area was home to a number of shipbuilders, such as Westwood, Baillie, Samuda Brothers, J & W Dudgeon and Yarrow Shipbuilders.

Jacob Samuda

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Samuda Brothers was an engineering and ship building firm at Cubitt Town on the Isle of Dogs in London, founded by Jacob and Joseph d'Aguilar Samuda.
After his apprenticeship with John Hague, an engineer, Jacob went into partnership with his brother Joseph d'Aguilar Samuda setting up the firm Samuda Brothers, a major London shipbuilder in the mid to late 19th century.

Tōgō Heihachirō

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In 1877 Togo Heihachiro, later a prominent Japanese admiral, came for work experience with the Samuda Brothers after completing his training at Naval Preparatory School in Portsmouth, and the Royal Naval College at Greenwich.
Residing in proximity to the Royal Naval College, Greenwich, Tōgō made use of the opportunity to apply his training, observing the construction of the ship at the Samuda Brothers shipyard on the Isle of Dogs.

Leamouth

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Samuda Brothers initially leased a premises on the Goodluck Hope peninsula, Leamouth, London in 1843, by the mouth of Bow Creek.
Residents were engaged at the glass works, the iron and engineering works, or the Samuda Brothers, Orchard House Yard and Thames Iron Works ship yards.

SS Carnatic

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SS Carnatic was a British steamship built in 1862-63 by Samuda Brothers at Cubitt Town on the Isle of Dogs, London, for the Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company.

HMS Tamar (1863)

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HMS Tamar was a Royal Navy troopship built by the Samuda Brothers at Cubitt Town, London, and launched in Britain in 1863.

SMS Kronprinz (1867)

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Kronprinz was laid down in 1866 at the Samuda Brothers shipyard at Cubitt Town in London.

El Mahrousa

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It was built by the British ship building firm Samuda Brothers in 1863 at the order of Khedive Ismail Pasha and the ship was handed over to its Egyptian crew two years later.

Bow Creek (London)

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Samuda Brothers initially leased a premises on the Goodluck Hope peninsula, Leamouth, London in 1843, by the mouth of Bow Creek.

SMS Deutschland (1874)

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Named for Germany (Deutschland in German), the ship was laid down in the Samuda Brothers shipyard in London in 1872.

Japanese ironclad Fusō

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He supervised the construction of the Fusō before returning to Japan.
Given a classical name for Japan, Fusō was built at the Samuda Brothers shipyard in Cubitt Town, London.

ARA Almirante Brown (1880)

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ARA Almirante Brown was a central battery ironclad of the Argentine Navy built in the 1880s by Samuda Brothers in London.

HMS Belleisle (1876)

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She was built in the Samuda Brothers shipyard at Cubitt Town, London, for service with the Ottoman Navy, under the name of Peik-i-Sheref, and was taken over for the Royal Navy in a completed condition.

Ottoman ironclad Muin-i Zafer

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Muin-i Zafer was ordered in 1867 from the Samuda Brothers shipyard in Cubitt Town, London.

Atmospheric railway

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Jacob and Joseph Samuda were shipbuilders and engineers, and owned the Southwark Ironworks; they were both members of the Institution of Civil Engineers.

HMS Orion (1879)

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She was designed by the Ottoman naval architect Ahmed Pasha and built by Samuda Brothers at Cubitt Town, London under contract for the Ottoman Empire.

Brazilian battleship Riachuelo

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Riachuelo was constructed by Samuda Brothers in London, being laid down on 31 August 1881, launched on 7 June 1883 and commissioned into the Brazilian Navy on 19 November 1883.

Peruvian ironclad Independencia

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Independencia was built by Samuda Brothers at their shipyard in Poplar, London.

South Devon Railway engine houses

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The system was that designed and patented by the Samuda Brothers.

Engineering

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Samuda Brothers was an engineering and ship building firm at Cubitt Town on the Isle of Dogs in London, founded by Jacob and Joseph d'Aguilar Samuda.

Shipbuilding

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Samuda Brothers was an engineering and ship building firm at Cubitt Town on the Isle of Dogs in London, founded by Jacob and Joseph d'Aguilar Samuda.

Isle of Dogs

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Samuda Brothers was an engineering and ship building firm at Cubitt Town on the Isle of Dogs in London, founded by Jacob and Joseph d'Aguilar Samuda.