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William Francis Baxter Bartram

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William Francis Baxter Bartram (1880- )

1922 Hon. Capt. Royal Marines, A.M.I.E.E., Electrical and Mechanical Engineer, 8, The Sanctuary, Westminster. T. A.: "Rebritman." T.N.: Victoria 8310. b. 1880; m, d. of J. W. Hepworth, of Alcock Ashdown, Bombay. Ed. Cathedral and Salisbury Schools, Salisbury. Professional Training: Six years' commercial work and Faraday House. Professional Career: Maschnienfalnil Oerlikon, Switzerland; Belliss and Morcom, Birmingham; Midland Electric Power Co., Birmingham; National Telephone Co.; White and Co., India (now extinct); Great Indian Peninsula Railway, Bombay; Boult, Wade and Tennant, Hatton Garden, E.C.; Walker and Co., Madras, India; Sales Manager Callender's Cable and Construction Co., Ltd., London; London Manager The Associated British Manufacturers (Egypt), Ltd. Clubs: All Indian. War Services:—Royal Marines, submarine mining work, February, 1915, to July, 1917.

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