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Reginald John Spencer-Phillips

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Reginald John Spencer-Phillips (1885- )

1922 A.C. G.I., Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., A.M.I.E.E., Consulting Engineer, 2, Banstead Road, Ewell. T. A.: " Boot, 7, Victoria Street." T. N.: Victoria 8438. b. 1885. Ed. Charterhouse School, City and Guilds Institute. Served time with Brush Electrical Engineering Co. Continued some time with Brush Electrical; Engineering Co. at their works at Loughborough,. and also at their Manchester Office, dealing exclusively with electrical and steam plant in cotton, factories. Now partner in firm of Horace Boot and Partners, specialists in factory power plant reorganisation. War Services.—Two years Inspection Department, Woolwich, and 1 years Aircraft Production, Department, London.

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