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Esmond Morgan Malek

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Esmond Morgan Malek (1872- )

1922 M.I.E.E., Electrical and Mechanical Engineer, Frenchaye, Addlestone, Surrey. T. A.: "Enelectico." T. N.: Holborn 830. b. 1872. Ed. Bedford Grammar School, Finsbury Technical College, and the British Thomson-Houston Co. Engineer on staff of the British Thomson-Houston Company; Assistant Chief Engineer, Central London Railway Co.; Engineer-in-Charge, for Dick, Kerr and Co.; on Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway Electrification and now Railway and Power Contract Manager for the English Electric Co, Limited. Club: British Empire.

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