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Biography of Augustinus Edward Johnson

Augustinus Edward Johnson
Augustinus Edward Johnson

Augustinus Edvard Johnson attended the University in 1892, aged 23, to study Naval Architecture for two years. He was born in Vinnerstad, Sweden, son of Johan Peter, a farmer, and later moved to a town called Horn, Västervik.

After his studies at the University, Edward worked as an engineer in St Petersburg and Astrakhan, Russia, from 1899 to 1918. He later returned to Sweden where he worked on various inventions, examples being an ‘Apparatus for Treating Grain’ and a ‘Straining Device for Vacuum Drying Apparatus’, which were considered revolutionary in the malting industry.


Other Online Resources

Archival Materials

  • R8/5/13/4 Matriculation Slip 1892-93


Augustinus Edward Johnson
Born 1869.
Died 19 December 1937.
GU Degree: Science and Engineering, 1892-94;
University Link: Student
Occupation categories: engineers; inventors
English snippet: Naval Architecture student at the University of Glasgow
Record last updated: 5th Mar 2013

Country Associations

Sweden Sweden, No Region
Place of Birth

Russian Federation Russian Federation, St Petersburg

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University Roles

  • Student