Cecil Holmes Waghorn
Cecil Holmes Waghorn (1888- )
1922 Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., A.F.R.Ae.S., M.A.M.E.E., Mech. and Elec. Engr., 16, Holborn Viaduct, E.C. T. N.: City 6511. b. 1888. Ed. Uppingham Scl., 1902-5; London University (University Coll.), 1906-10; app. to Vauxhall & West Hydraulic Engineering Company. Research in internal combustion engine design and testing; practical experience in the installation of mar. motors in river and sea craft; Director of Park Royal Engineering Works, Ltd., Switchgear Engrs. to the Admiralty, War Office, Air Ministry, Post Office, H.M. Office of Works, etc.; Director, Lightning Valve Co., Ltd.; Ordnance General Syndicate, Ltd.; Director of C. G. Marston and Co., Ltd.; On Tech. Staff of Reading Foundry Co., Ltd., and Allen and Simmons (Reading), Ltd. Pubis.: For the Admiralty and Air Ministry as follows: "Sunbeam Aero Motors," 1917; "Clerget Aero-Motors," 1917-18; "Watford Magneto Manual"; "Instructions to Pilots and Mechanics"; "Installation of the Liberty Engine in de Havilland 9A "; contributor to "The Liberty Aero-Engine"; "Engine Installations of Vickers' Vimy," 1919; "The Installation of Engines in Aircraft." Member of the Royal Aero Club of Great Britain. War Services.-1916— Commissioned in Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve; Assistant on the staff of the Inspecting Engineer, Royal Naval Air Service; Lieut. and later Captain Royal Air Force.