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Henry William Laws

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Henry William Laws (1876- )

1922 Lt.-Col., C.M.G., D.S.O., M.Inst.M.M. (Mem. of Council), F.R.G.S., Partner, Laws, Rumbold and Co., Min. Engrs.; b. 1876; s. of Richard W. Laws, of Chelsea. Training: Camborne School of Mines. Asst. Mine Manr., Mysore Province, India, 1895; Manr., Idaho Expl. Co.'s Group, Australia, 1895-1903; Inspections in Malay; in charge, Niger Co.'s Expedition, Banchi Province, Nigeria, 1903; located and developed Tin Deposits, Banchi Plateau, Nigeria, 1903-13; R.N.D. Antwerp, R.E. Gallipoli, Belgium, France; Controller of Mines, 3rd Army, 1917-18. Address: 652, Salis. bury House, E.C. T. A.: " Swalmurcom, London." T. N.: 6281 London Wall.

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