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Albert Edward Payne

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Albert Edward Payne (1872- )

1922 A.R.S.M., M.Inst. M.M., Manager, Consolidated Langlaagte Mines, Ltd., Transvaal, 1900 to date; b. 1872; s. of C. H. Payne, M.D., of Wimbledon. Ed. Merchant Taylors School, London. Training: R.S.M. Career: 1893-4 —Geological Report on Zemindary of Maharajah of Bobbili, Madras; Min. Engr. to Maharajah of Vizianagram (Manganese deposits), Madras; 1895-6 —Asst. Manager, Nicol Gold Mine and Consolidated Goldfields of W. Australia; 1897-9 —Asst. Sur., Johannesburg Consolidated Investment Co.; Res. Sur., Aurora West United; Sur. to Bantjes Consolidated, Vogelstruis Deep, Ltd., Kimberley Roodepoort, New Unified and Croesus Mines (Transvaal); 1900—Report Mineral Prospects, Guayaquil-Quito Railroad route, Ecuador, S. Amer.; 1901—Surveyor, New Rietfontein Mines (Transvaal); 1902-5— Chief Surveyor, Johannesburg Consolidated Invest. Coy., Ltd.; 1905-10—Manager, New Primrose G. M. Co., Transvaal. Clubs: Rand and Country, Johannesburg; Royal Societies, London. Address: Box 15, Langlaagte, Transvaal Province, S. Af.

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