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Bertram Edward Stott

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Bertram Edward Stott (1886- )

1922 A.M.I.E.E., A.M.S.T., Electrical Engineer, 24, Hilton Crescent, Prestwich, Manchester. b. 1886. Ed. Leigh Grammar School; School of Technology, Manchester (Diploma and Research, extra year ). In works of, then Draughtsman with Henry Simon, Ltd., Manchester; Engineer, Head of Power Department, Simon Carves, Ltd., Manchester; Chief Assistant Consulting Engineer with Dr. Cramp at Manchester; Assistant Manager and Engineer to Harland Engineering Co., Manchester. Chief Works: Power equipment for granaries, silos, coal washeries, chemical works, flour bleaching, sewage schemes, collieries, power stations, home and abroad. War Services.—Engaged on Government contracts. Chairman, Harland Engineering Co. War Savings Association.

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