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Will de Manoel Landon (1872- )
1922 A.M.I.E.E., F.R.S.A., Electrical and Mechanical Engineer (Colliery, Shipbuilding and Mill Work), Green Bank, West Timperley, Cheshire. Business Address: 33, Brazennose Street, Manchester. T. A.: " Norriland, Manchester." T. N.: City 4442 Manchester. b. 1872. Ed. The College, Warrington; Whitworth School, Manchester. With Crompton and Co., Electrical Engineers, later with Veritys, Ltd., at Birmingham and Manchester as Plant Manager. Now Partner and Director of Norrington and Landon, Ltd. Late Councillor of Sale, Cheshire, Council; Hon. Auditor, Mining Electrical Engineers; Member, Association of Mining Electrical Engineers. Publications: Paper on " The Increasing of Coal Output," before Association of Mining Electrical Engineers; writer of fiction and poems, as well as professional papers. War Services.—On special work in the North. Services offered to the Government through the Institution of Electrical Engineers.