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Alexander Anderson (1872-1955)

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Alexander Anderson (c1872-1955), Man. Dir., Anderson, Boyes and Co., Ltd., Flemington, Motherwell.

Born at Cambuslang

1910 Appointed chairman of the new Scottish branch of the Association of Mining Electrical Engineers

1910 Joined IEEE

1955 Died. Of Thornlea Park Wishaw. Detailed obituary of his work as Provost.[1]

1959 Award of the OBE to the late Alexander Anderson of Anderson, Boyes.[2]

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. Motherwell Times - Friday 28 January 1955
  2. Motherwell Times - Friday 09 January 1959