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Charles Edward Brotherton

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Charles Edward Brotherton (1882- )

1922 A.M.I.E.E., M.I.M.E.E., Mechanical and Electrical Engineer,. "Glenholme," Newcomen Terrace, Redcar, Yorkshire; b. 1882. Ed. and Professional Training: Collegiate School, Bishop Auckland; Darlington) Technical College, Armstrong College, Newcastle-on-Tyne. Apprenticeship with Robert Wilson and Sons,. Mining and General Engineers, Bishop Auckland,, Durham. Professional Career: Seven years with Newcastle-upon-Tyne Electric Supply Co., Ltd.,. operating and construction of power stations, estimating and laying out heavy electrical power equipments for shipyards, collieries and factories. Electrical Engineer to Pease and Partners for construction of 6,000 k.w. power station at Thorne Colliery, nr. Doncaster. Resident Engineer and Chief Assistant. to Civil Engineer for the construction of Oficina. Mapocho for the Liverpool Nitrate Co., Ltd., Chile,. South America. War Services.—Lieut. Royal Engineers, Inland Waterways and Docks, 1916-19. In Command of Workshops for installation, repair and maintenance of Heavy Internal Combustion Engines and Refrigeration at the Base Dockyard of the Inland Water Transport, Basrah, Mesopotamia. Mentioned in, the dispatches of Sir W. R. Marshall, K.C.B., for Distinguished and Gallant Services and Devotion) to Duty. Gazette, June 3, 1919.

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