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Cecil Pearse

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Cecil Pearse (1874- )

1922 M.Inst.M.M., Min. Engr.; Chairman and Governing Dir. of Aylesbury and Nutter, Ltd., Ipoh, Federated Malay States; Member of Council, F.M.S. Chamber of Mines; b. 1874; s. of Col. Charles J. Pearse; m., 1912, Ethelfreda Charlotte, d. of Admiral Sir Frederick Bedford. Ed. Isle of Wight Coll. Training: James Henderson's, Mines in Cornwall, Camborne Sch. of Mines, passing out top of list. Career: Govt. Insp. of Mines, Perak, F.M.S.; Warden of Mines, Perak; in 1903 formed, with H. F. Nutter, the firm of Nutter and Pearse, Min. Engrs. and Gen. Mangrs. of several Tin Mines, F.M.S., including Tambun Mine, Rahman Hydraulic Tin, Ltd., Kramat Pulai, Ltd., etc.; reported on Min. Properties in the Malay States, Siam and China; 1916—the Firm amalgamated with Aylesbury and Garland under the new title of Aylesbury and Nutter, and Mr. Pearse remained a Gov. Dir. Clubs: Sports, and Min. and Metallurgical. Address: Ipoh, Perak, F.M.S.

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