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T. A. Ross

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T. A. Ross (1883- )

1922 Lieut.-Colonel, O.B.E., Croix de Guerre, A.M.I.E.E., Civil and Electrical Engineer, c/o High Commissioner for Australia, Aldwych, W.C.; b. 1883. Ed. Scotch College, Melbourne. Assistant Engineer, J. G. White and Co., North Melbourne Tramways Construction; Assistant Engineer, Melbourne Electric Supply Co., Electric Power Supply, and Construction of Geelong Electric Tramways; Resident Engineer, Newcastle (N.S.W.) and District Tramways Construction; Sydney Area, Public Works Department, N.S.W. Chief Works: Design and. erection of electrolytic gas plant in France at approximate cost of Ilo,000. Member of Overseas Club, London. War Services.-1915-17—Royal Engineers, with 7th, i7th,and 13oth Field Companies Royal Engineers; Adjutant, Royal Engineers, 25th Division. I 917-19— Royal Air Force. Charge of design and erection of all plant in France for production of oxygen and hydrogen. Three mentions in Dispatches.

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