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H. Leslie Dixon

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H. Leslie Dixon (1873- )

1922 Captain, R.A.F., A.M.I.Mech.E., Electrical Engineer, " Lumen," Park Rise, Leatherhead, Surrey. T. A.: "Lumen, Leatherhead." T. N.: 6 Leatherhead. b. 1873; s. of Thos. F. Dixon and Emma Leslie (well-known authoress); m. 1905. Ed. Lee Grammar School, Goldsmiths Technical Institute and Finsbury Technical College. Apprenticed to J. G. Statter and Co., West Drayton. Electrical Assistant at Immisch's, Ltd., Camden Town; Second Demonstrator at New Cross Technical Institute; Mains. Superintendent, National Electric Supply Co., Ltd., Preston, Lancashire; Electrical Engineer to, Manlove, Alliott and Co., Ltd., Nottingham; Assistant to Electrical Engineer and Inspector Corporation of London; Chief Engineer and Manager of Leatherhead and District Electricity Co., Ltd.,. Leatherhead, Surrey, from 1906 to Sept., 1920._ Clubs: R.A.F., -The Road. War Services.—January, 1917, to June 1, 1919, France and Home areas. Staff Captain, Royal Air Force.

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