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Thomas Edward Price Stretche

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Thomas Edward Price Stretche (1865- )

1922 M.I.E.E., Superintending Engineer, General Post Office, Cross Stieet, Preston. T. A.: "Stretche, Preston." T. N.: Preston 1201. b. 1865; s. of J. B. Stretche, Gloucester; m. eldest d. of the late Andrew Brewis, Newcastle-on-Tyne. Ed. Crypt Grammar School, Gloucester, and Durham College of Science. Post Office Engineer, Glasgow, 1893; Engineer, General Post Office, London, 1 goo; Staff Engineer, General Post Office, 1904; Assistant Superintending Engineer, Southern District, 1907; Superintending Engineer, North-Western District, 1911. Interested in telephone development since 1887. Member of Constitutional Club, London, and Winckley Club, Preston. War Services.—Military Representative and National Service Representative, Fulwood Recruiting Tribunal. Late Captain, Highland Light Infantry.

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