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Charles Greenham

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Charles Greenham (1901-1926)

1926/27 Obituary [1]

Charles Greenham was born in 1901, and was educated at the Walthamstow Technical Institute. He was apprenticed with the Associated Equipments Co, and during this period he served for a short time with the Royal Air Force.

On the completion of his apprenticeship, he took up a position in South Africa, and after a year proceeded to Perth, Western Australia, where he died from tuberculosis on 26th August, 1926, at the age of twenty-five.

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

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