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Archibald Sharp

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Archibald Sharp (1862-1934) Engineer.

1906 February. Article 'Balancing of Petrol Engines'.[1]

1911 Living at 8 Layer Gardens, Acton Hill, London: Archibald Sharp (age 48 born Glasgow), Consulting Engineer, Chartered Patent Agent - Employer. With his wife Minnie Isabel Sharp (age 48 born Glasgow) and their five children; Archibald Jerkins Sharp (age 22 born Hammersmith), Clerk, Commercial, Australian Merchants; William Reis Sharp (age 20 born Chiswick), Draughtsman, Engineers; Mary Alexander Sharp (age 18 born Chiswick); Marguerita Minnie Sharp (age 16 born Chiswick); and Elsie Isabel Sharp (age 7 born West Kensington).[2]

1911 Boarder at 1 & 2 Waterloo Crescent, Edinburgh House, Dover: Archibald Sharp (age 48 born Glasgow), Consulting Engineer - Employer.[3]

1913 May. Article of 'Possibilities of six-cylinder Three-throw V Engines'.[4]

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