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George Stanfield

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George Stanfield M.Eng., B.Sc., M.I. & S.I., M.I.Mech.E, Metallurgist.

1889 Born in Attercliffe

1910-15 Lecturer, Sheffield Univ.

1911 John Robert Stanfield 48, lived in Sheffield with Mary Ann Stanfield 45, Emma Stanfield 26, John William Stanfield 24, George Stanfield 22, Demonstrator Engineering Dept., Sheffield University, Annie Stanfield 17, Arthur Stanfield 9[1]

1915-16 Thomas Firth's

1916-38 Brown-Firth Research Laboratories.

By 1939 Metallurgist for Thomas Firth and John Brown, Ltd., Brown-Firth Research Laboratories, Princess Street, Sheffield.

1939 George Stanfield, Metallurgical chemist, lived in Sheffield with Christiana Stanfield, Edna Stanfield, George K Stanfield[2]

1942 Died in Sheffield[3]

1943 Obituary [4]

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. 1911 census
  2. 1939 register
  3. national probate calendar
  4. 1943 Institution of Mechanical Engineers: Obituaries