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Raymond Fitzgibbon Fry (1881- )
1922 A.M.I.E.E., Electrical and Mechanical Engineer, Greystones, Co. Wicklow; b. 1881; s. of William Storrs Fry, of Woodford, Essex; m. Amy Neville Banks, of Dublin. Ed. City and Guilds Technical Institute, London. Premium pupil of Leonard Andrews, M.I.E.E., 1898-1900. 1901 — Charge of shift in testing laboratory, Electrical Power Storage Co., Millwall; Testroom Assistant, Brockie-Pell Arc Lamp., Ltd., London. 1901-7 — Engineering staff of the Gilbert Arc Lamp Co., Ltd., Chingford. 1907 — Chief Assistant Engineer, Irish International Exhibition, Dublin. 1907-9 — Chief Assistant (Dublin Branch), William Coates and Son, Ltd., Dublin. 1909-18 — Chief Engineer and Secretary, Greystones Electric Light and Power Co., Ltd. 1918-9 — Pilot Officer, R.A.F. (in Air Construction Service), Electrical Officer for Ireland. Chief Works: Scheme of plant, mains and layout of undertaking for Greystones Electric Light and Power Co., Ltd. War Services — Pilot Officer, R.A.F., attached Headquarters Air Construction Service, North Eastern Area, England.