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William L. Dodson

Governor

Crowland

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Crowland

Background Information

Employment History

Attorney

Parham Smith & Dodson L.L.C


Affiliations

South Carolina Trial Lawyers Association

Board of Governors


American Bar Association

Member


South Carolina Bar

Member


American Association for Justice

Member


South Carolina Associaiton

Member


Education

B.A.

University of South Carolina


J.D. Degree

University of South Carolina School of Law


Web References(23 Total References)


2011 | Stoke Ferry, Norfolk, UK | Page 4

www.stokeferry.com [cached]

William Dodson, who had been employed on Vermuydend's first scheme suggested combining the fen rivers into one outfall thus giving a good scour with the greater flow of water.
He may have put forward the plan in 1649 when he was Director of the Bedford Level and again in 1665. During the Civil War he was appointed Governor of Crowland so had a wealth of drainage experience but by this time Vermuyden had succeeded, however his idea may have influenced the building of Denver Sluice.


West Dereham | Stoke Ferry, Norfolk, UK

www.stokeferry.com [cached]

William Dodson, who had been employed on Vermuydend's first scheme suggested combining the fen rivers into one outfall thus giving a good scour with the greater flow of water.
He may have put forward the plan in 1649 when he was Director of the Bedford Level and again in 1665. During the Civil War he was appointed Governor of Crowland so had a wealth of drainage experience but by this time Vermuyden had succeeded, however his idea may have influenced the building of Denver Sluice.


West Dereham | Stoke Ferry, Norfolk, UK

www.stokeferry.com [cached]

William Dodson, who had been employed on Vermuydend's first scheme suggested combining the fen rivers into one outfall thus giving a good scour with the greater flow of water.
He may have put forward the plan in 1649 when he was Director of the Bedford Level and again in 1665. During the Civil War he was appointed Governor of Crowland so had a wealth of drainage experience but by this time Vermuyden had succeeded, however his idea may have influenced the building of Denver Sluice.


West Dereham Heritage Group | Stoke Ferry, Norfolk, UK

www.stokeferry.com [cached]

William Dodson, who had been employed on Vermuydend's first scheme suggested combining the fen rivers into one outfall thus giving a good scour with the greater flow of water.
He may have put forward the plan in 1649 when he was Director of the Bedford Level and again in 1665. During the Civil War he was appointed Governor of Crowland so had a wealth of drainage experience but by this time Vermuyden had succeeded, however his idea may have influenced the building of Denver Sluice.


westderehamheritage.co.uk

William Dodson, who had been employed on Vermuydend's first scheme suggested combining the fen rivers into one outfall thus giving a good scour with the greater flow of water.
He may have put forward the plan in 1649 when he was Director of the Bedford Level and again in 1665. During the Civil War he was appointed Governor of Crowland so had a wealth of drainage experience but by this time Vermuyden had succeeded, however his idea may have influenced the building of Denver Sluice.


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