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A. Handley

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A. Handley (1871- )

1922 Lieut.-Col. R.E., M.I.E.E., Electrical Engineer, 42, Great Charles Street, Birmingham. T. A.: "Motors, Birmingham." T. N.: 16o I Central. b. 1871. Ed. Tamworth Grammar School, West of Scotland Technical College. With Elwell-Parker, Ltd., Wolverhampton. Assistant Engineer, Electrical Engineering Co., of Ireland, 76 Ltd. Chief Engineer, D. and G. Graham, Glasgow; Partner, Handley and Shanks, electrical engineers, Dublin and Birmingham; Managing Director, Electrical Trades Supply, Ltd., Britannia Works, Birmingham; Chairman, Handley and Robinson, Ltd., electrical engineers, Dublin; Director, H. Pratt, Ltd. War Services.-1914-9—Commandant, Wireless Training Centre, Royal Engineers.

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