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'''1902 Obituary <ref> [[1902 Iron and Steel Institute: Obituaries]] </ref>
 
'''1902 Obituary <ref> [[1902 Iron and Steel Institute: Obituaries]] </ref>
  
ARTHUR DENNIS died on July 27, 1902, at his residence, Overdale, Richmond Road, New Barnet, London, N., at the age of fifty years. Mr. Dennis was the senior partner in the firm of W. F. Dennis & Co., who have been for many years past, and are still, the sole agents in England for the well-known firm of Felten & Guilleaume of Mulheim on the Rhine.  
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ARTHUR DENNIS died on July 27, 1902, at his residence, Overdale, Richmond Road, New Barnet, London, N., at the age of fifty years.  
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Mr. Dennis was the senior partner in the firm of W. F. Dennis & Co., who have been for many years past, and are still, the sole agents in England for the well-known firm of Felten & Guilleaume of Mulheim on the Rhine.  
  
 
He was elected a member of the Iron and Steel Institute in 1892.
 
He was elected a member of the Iron and Steel Institute in 1892.
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Latest revision as of 04:20, 8 February 2017

Arthur Dennis (c1852-1902)

Joined his brother, William Frederick Dennis, in partnership, in the firm of Messrs. W. F. Dennis and Co.


1902 Obituary [1]

ARTHUR DENNIS died on July 27, 1902, at his residence, Overdale, Richmond Road, New Barnet, London, N., at the age of fifty years.

Mr. Dennis was the senior partner in the firm of W. F. Dennis & Co., who have been for many years past, and are still, the sole agents in England for the well-known firm of Felten & Guilleaume of Mulheim on the Rhine.

He was elected a member of the Iron and Steel Institute in 1892.


1902 Obituary [2]



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