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Leonard Fuller

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Leonard Fuller (1874-1969)

1874 Born in West Ham[1], son of George Fuller and grandson of John Crisp Fuller

1891 Working for J. C. Fuller and Son at Newcastle Wharf Telegraph Works, Bow and attending Finsbury college; admitted as student member of the Institution of Electrical Engineers[2]

1891 With his father, George Fuller, and brother George J A Fuller, was a manufacturing electrical engineer[3]

1895 Admitted as Associate of the Institution[4]

1913 Member of the Institution, of Frinton-on-Sea

1941 With Harold Dennis Lark, patented improvement to electric storage batteries for Varley Dry Accumulators of Barking

1945 With Edmund William Sudlow, patented improvement to secondary battery for Varley Dry Accumulators of Barking

1969 Leonard Fuller (b. 10 April 1874) died in Kensington[5]

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. BMD
  2. UK, Electrical Engineer Membership Forms, 1871–1901
  3. 1891 census
  4. UK, Electrical Engineer Lists, 1871-1930
  5. Death Index