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Henry Tudsbery Tudsbery

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Col H. T. Tudsbery

1922 M.C., C.E., Officier de l'Ordre de la Couronne de Belgique, Civil Engr.; Director of Eng., Roads Dept., Ministry of Transport; b. 1886; s. of J. H. T. Tudsbery, D.Sc., M.Inst.C.E. Ed. Marlborough Coll., and King's Coll., London University. Career: Trained in the Loco. Works and Civil Eng. Dept., L. and S.W. Railway.; Asst. Engr. on Southampton Dock Works; Res. Engr. on Kingston-upon-Thames Bridge Reconstruction and Southwark Bridge Reconstruction; Commissioned in Corps of Royal Engineers, and served with British Army in France, 1915-19; then held office of Asst. Director of Roads to the 4th British Army with rank of Lt.-Col. R.E. Club: Junior Carlton. Address: Hill House, Harlow, Essex.

1946 Obituary [1]

1946 Obituary [2]

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