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Thomas M. F. Tamblyn-Watts

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Thomas M. F. Tamblyn-Watts

1872 Born in Ontario, Canada

1899 of Settle, Yorkshire, joined IEE

1911 Thomas Tamblyn-Watts 38, Electrician, Electricity Works, Brentford, lived in Brentford with Marion Tamblyn - Watts 38, John Tamblyn - Watts 15, Harold Tamblyn - Watts 10, Rosemary Tamblyn - Watts 1[1]

1922 Lieut. R.A.F., A.M.I.E.E., Electrical Engineer (Scientific Apparatus), 91, Southbourne Grove, Westcliff-on-Sea; b. 1872; s. of late John Tamblyn, Toronto, Canada; m. Marion Macwhinnie. Ed. Giggleswick School; served apprenticeship under William Macwhirter, M.I.E.E., Govan. Assistant Troutbeck Electricity Co., Windermere. In business on own account thirteen years as Scientific Instrument Maker. Assistant Manager, Physical Apparatus Department, Griffin and Sons, Kingsway; Technical Assistant, Electricity Works, Corporation of Southend-on-Sea, since 1911; employed by Wave-Length Committee of the British Association over a period of twenty years at calculation and statistical work; Private Assistant to Dr. Marshall Watts (scientific research work and publications). War Services.-2nd-Lieutenant, Royal Flying Corps, Third Class Equipment Officer, August 24, 1917; Lieutenant, Royal Air Force, and Compass Officer, No. 3 School of Navigation and Bomb Dropping, Royal Air Force, Helvan, Egypt, March 1, 1919.

1940 Died in Battle, Sussex[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1911 census
  2. BMD