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Charles William Hill

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Charles William Hill (1880- )

1922 A.M.I.E.E., Electrical and Mechanical Engineer, 56, Victoria Street, Westminster. T. A.: "Scolanco Sowest." T. N.: Victoria 6663. b. 1880; eldest s. late Rev. Fergus Hill, M.A.; m. Eva, d. of late Colonel W. R. Magrath. Ed. Manchester Grammar School and Manchester and Salford Technical Institutes. Pupil, P. R. Jackson and Co., Ltd., Manchester; Contract Engineer, Dick, Kerr and Co., Ltd.; Chief Assistant and Electrical Engineer, Birmingham Corporation Tramways; General Manager, Bournemouth Corporation Tramways; Chief Assistant to A. Baker during electrification of Birmingham Corporation Tramways. At present Assistant Managing Director, Scholey and Co., Ltd., Westminster. Clubs: St. Stephen's and Eccentric. War Services.—Lieut. R.N.V.R.; served in H.M.S. Barham.

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