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Alfred Lovell Phillips

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Alfred Lovell Phillips ( -1910)

1911 Obituary [1]

ALFRED LOVELL PHILLIPS was educated at Christ's Hospital and apprenticed to the Electrical Power Storage Company.

After being employed by the Crystal Palace Supply Company and the Chelsea Electric Lighting Company, he joined the mains department of the Charing Cross Company in 1902.

In 1916 he was employed by Messrs. Johnson and Phillips to put down lighting and power plant at Lobito, Portuguese West Africa, but while there he died on December 15, 1910.

He joined the Institution in 1897 as Associate, and became an Associate Member two years later.

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