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A. H. Law

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A. H. Law (1878- )

1922 Captain, B.A., B.A.I. (Dublin), M.I.E.E., Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., Electrical Engineer, junior Carlton Club, Pall Mall; b. 1878; s. of T. Pakenham-Law, K.C. Ed. Summerfield School; Monkton Combe School; Trinity College, Dublin. Engineering Degree, Dublin, 1899. Premium apprentice, C. A. Parsons and Co., Heaton Works; Newcastle-on-Tyne. Career: For several years lead Designer and Electrical Engineer to the above firm and subsequently for some years Managing Director till the close of 1919. Publications: In collaboration with Gerald Stoney, F.R.S., a paper on " High Speed Electrical Machinery," which was awarded the Annual Premium for its year by the Institution of Electrical Engineers: Clubs: Junior Carlton; Northern Counties, Newcastle-on-Tyne. War Services.—Commanded a field battery in France; mentioned in Dispatches; wounded, 1916.

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