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J. C. Cornock

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J. C. Cornock (1875- )

1922 Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., Mechanical Engineer (heavy motor cars), Collingham, near Leeds; b. 1875. Ed. Brighton Grammar School, Yorkshire College (Victoria University). Engineering training with J. and H. McLaren, Leeds. Technical Assistant to J. and H. McLaren, Leeds, engaged chiefly on electric lighting central station work. Manager of Mann's Patent Steam Cart and Wagon Co., Ltd., Leeds. Chief Works: Steam wagons, tractors, and all types of heavy motor-cars. Occasional contributions to technical journals and societies. War Services.—Heavy motor transport for War Office and Red Cross, shell manufacture and components, machine gun parts, Admiralty grabs, seaplane carriages, etc.

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