Severo Campo Fregoso Italy

Biography of Severo Campo Fregoso

Severo Campo Fregoso, son of Bonifacio Campo Fregoso, an engineer, was born in Rovigo, Italy. He enrolled at the University in 1910, aged 24, to study Science, taking junior classes in Naval Architecture.

Fregoso went on to file various patents in the advancements of mechanical engineering. The first published in July 1912, related to the ‘improvement in Wheels’ of road vehicles; a second published in November 1918 detailed the ‘improvements in Internal Combustion and other Engines’.

According to Flight magazine, in January 1917, Severo and two others were charged for "collecting and recording information about certain aircraft likely to be useful to the enemy".


Other Online Resources

Archival Materials

  • DC183/11/46 General Council Register 1922
  • R8/5/51/2 Matriculation Slip 1910-11 C-D
  • R9/1/17 Class Catalogue 1910-11


Severo Campo Fregoso
Born 1886.
GU Degree: Science and Engineering, 1910-11;
University Link: Student
Occupation categories: engineers
English snippet: Engineering student at the University of Glasgow from 1910-11
Record last updated: 6th Jan 2014

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Italy Italy, Veneto, Rovigo
Place of Birth

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University Roles

  • Student