The Sodor Government Forming Meeting of 1914 is a famous Sodor Government meeting held in 1914.

History

On 21st of February 1914, Henry Stewarts, the then-Governor of Sodor, invited Mr Bertram Topham Hatt to the meeting.

The next day at 10:00 a.m., the meeting commenced. They were discussing troubles about the three seperate railways--Sodor & Mainland, Wellsworth & Suddery and Tidmouth, Knapford & Elsbridge. Then they held out a contract to Topham that they would merge the three railways into one whole, busy business. After thoughts and considerations, Topham signed the contract. The meeting finished at 11:00 a.m.

People Attendance

  • Henry Stewarts, the Sodor Governor from 1909 to 1934
  • Patrick Jones, the Second-In-Hand Governor from 1909 to 1945
  • Anderson Sems, the secretary Governor from 1911 to 1934
  • James Davinds, the Mayor of Knapford from 1904 to 1942
  • Sir Bertram Topham Hatt I, the controller from 1914 to 1954
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