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Fred Clegg

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Fred Clegg (1886- )

1922 A.M.I.E.E., Elec. Eng. (Switchgear ), " Silverwood," South Way, Garden Suburb, Oldham. T. A.: "Tension, Manchester." T. N.: 329 and 33o Openshaw. b. 1886. Ed. and Technical Training: Municipal School of Technology, Manchester; Municipal Technical School, Oldham; Ferranti, Ltd., 1907-14, works and drawing office; Ferguson, Pailin, Ltd.; City and Guilds of London, certificates in Mechanical Engineering; certificates in Geometry, Machine Construction and Drawing, Mathematics (applied and pure and practical ), Applied Mechanics (structures, machines and hydraulics electrical engineering, sound, light, heat, heat engines). Present Position: Assistant Manager. Ferguson, Pailin, Ltd., Openshaw, Manchester; Lecturer, Engineering Staff, Municipal Technic al School, Oldham, and Manchester.

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