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Cedric Llewellyn Thomas

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Cedric Llewellyn Thomas (1901-1922)


1922/23 Obituary [1]

Cedric Llewellyn Thomas was born in 1901, and was son of the Deputy City Engineer of Hull. He was educated at Askworth School, Pontefract, and Hull Municipal Technical School.

After serving for a short time with Woodall and Co, Hydraulic Engineers, Hull, he was apprenticed to Humber, Coventry, and was in the Jig and Tool Drawing Office of that firm at the time of his death. He was taken ill whilst working in a friend's garage and died of apoplexy shortly after admission to the hospital on 30th September, 1922.

He was elected a Graduate of the Institution of Automobile Engineers in 1920.


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