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Francis Henry Davies

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Francis Henry Davies

1922 Captain, A.M.I.E.E., Electrical Engineer, Weston Electrical Instrument Co., Ltd., Audrey House, Ely Place, E.C. T. N.: Holborn 2029. Ed. Finsbury Technical College; Polytechnic Engineering School; I.O.M. Course at Ordnance College, Red Barracks, Woolwich. Assistant Engineer, Hampstead and Dundee Corporations Electric Departments; Assistant Engineer, County of London Electric Supply Co., Ltd.; Managing Engineer, Lewes and District Electric Supply Co., Ltd.; Engineer on the staff of the British Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co., Ltd.; Commercial Engineer, St. Marylebone Borough Council Electric Department; Engineer in the Engineer-in-Chief's Department, G.P.O. Present Position: Sales Manager, Weston Electrical Instrument Co., Ltd. Publications: Three books: "Electric Power and Traction," "Foundations and Machinery Fixing," "Commercial Engineer's Pocket Book"; also numerous contributions to the British and American technical press. War Services.—Three years in the Army: fifteen months in France in command of R.A.O.C. Artillery Repair Mobile Workshops; promoted to Captain, March, 1917.

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