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Harry Cuthbert Buckmaster

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Harry Cuthbert Buckmaster (1873- )

1922 O.B.E., J.P., Mech., Elec., Electro-chemical, Hydro-electric Engr.; Manager to Walker Brothers (Wigan), Ltd., Wigan; b. 1873; s. of Henry Septimus Buckmaster. Ed. Sherborne Sch., Dorset. Training: King's Coll., London, and Willans and Robinson, at Thames Ditton. Career: Connected with the Installation of many Electric Tramways when first introduced to this country; Res. Engr. and Man. at the Kinlochleven Hydro-electric Works, and the Electric Furnace Reduction Works; Supt. Engr. of the N.W. Area (Eng. and Wales ), for the M. of M., 1916-2o. Contributor to " Modern Elec. Practice."

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