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Richard Alexander Chattock

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Richard Alexander Chattock (1865-1936), City Electrical Engineer for Birmingham Corporation

1902 Working in Bradford

1903 Appointed City Electrical Engineer of Birmingham[1]

1911 Living at 22 Carpenter Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham: Richard Alexander Chattock (age 46 born Solihull), City Electrical Engineer for Birmingham Corporation. With his wife Clara Valentine Chattock (age 32 born Temple Sowerby) and their children Winifred Leticia Chattock (age 3 born The Lickey) and Esther Penelope Chattock (age 6 months born Birmingham). Four servants. [2]

1929 R.A.Chattock, P.P.Inst.E.E. Birmingham, Engineer of the Hams Hall Power Station of the Birmingham Corporation.[3]

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