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Ernest Ansley Watson

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Ernest Ansley Watson (1887-1975)

Ernest Ansley Watson (1887-1975)

1887 Born the son of Charles Joseph Watson and his wife Ada Eliza Hipkiss

1918 of the M. L. Magneto Syndicate

Named on more than 100 patents between 1911 and 1948

1930 Appointed Chief Engineer at Joseph Lucas

1946 Appointed Director of Joseph Lucas

Moved to Smiths Industries

1975 July 17th. Died at Cheltenham

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