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Edward Ernest Hoadley

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Edward Ernest Hoadley (1874- )

1922 M.I.E.E., Engr. and Manager, Maidstone Corporation Electricity Supply; b. 1874; s. of John Hoadley, of Rochester. Ed. Sir Joseph Williamson's Mathematical School, Rochester. Training: Finsbury Technical College, Sir David Salomon's Schp., 1894. Asst. at Chatham and Eastbourne; Charge Engr. at Islington; Chief Asst., Worcester; Res. Engr., Barking; Chief Engr., Worcester; Chief Engr., Maidstone, since i9oi; has developed and changed the small D.C. Lighting Station to an E.H.T. 3-phase Station, turning out io million units per annum, chiefly for Industrial purposes. Various articles in the " Elec. Review," " Elec. Times," etc., and papers before the Municipal Elec. Assoc. Address: The Homestead, Bower Mount Road, Maidstone.

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