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Henry Thomas Hildage

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Henry Thomas Hildage (1874- )

1922 A.R.C.S.I., M.Inst.C.E., Manager for Glasgow, Redpath, Brown and Co., Ltd.; b. 1874. Ed. Manchester Grammar School Training: Manchester School of Technology and Royal College of Science., Dublin. Distinctions: Wh. and Roy. Ex. App. Mech. Engrs.' Shops, and Draughtsman, Railways. and Canals; Contractor's Engr. and Asst. Man., Bakerloo Railway; Res. Engr., North River Division, and Principal Asst. to Chairman, Board of Engrs., Pennsylvania Tunnels; Chief Engr., Dept. Public Works, Cuba, under Provisional American Administration; Sales, and afterwards Works Manager, Hans Renold, Ltd., Manchester. Clubs: Conservative and Scottish Constitutional, Glasgow; Engineers', Manchester. Address: 19, Waterloo Street, Glasgow; " Morvern," Tower Drive, Gourock.

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