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Charles Henry William Aitken

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Charles Henry William Aitken (1871- )

1922 M.I.Mech.E., Marine Engineer, El Varadero, Caacao, Cavite. T. A.: "Aitken, Cavite." b. 1871. Ed. St. Paul's College, Hong-Kong. Served 5 years'apprenticeship, Hong-Kong & Whampoa Dock Co., Ltd., Hong-Kong. Fourth Engineer, Indo-China Steam Navigation Co., 1892-3; Third Engineer, 1893-5; Second Engineer, 1895-8; First Engineer, 1898-1900. Left the sea, April, 1900, and joined the El Varadero de Manilo Co. at Manila as Superintending Engineer until November, 1913, when he became Manager of above named company. Shipbuilding and Repairing Co., Manila. Member of Peninsula Club.

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