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George Christopher Lloyd

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George Christopher Lloyd

1922 Sec. Iron and Steel Inst.; s. of Rev. Charles A. Lloyd. Ed. Moravian School, Konigsfeld, Baden. Training: Robert Stephenson and Co., Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Extra 1st Class Engr.'s B.O.T. Cert. Career: Mar. Engr. with Lamport and Holt, Liverpool, and with Compania Trasatlantica de Vapores Correos, Barcelona; represented Mirrlees Watson Co., Ltd., in Germany, Austria and France-; Asst. Engr. with Jeremiah Head and Son, representing the Wellman Seaver Morgan Co., Cleveland, Ohio; Asst. Sec., Iron and Steel Inst., then Sec. Inst.E.E., now Sec. Iron and Steel Inst. Address: 28, Victoria Street, London, S.W.I.

1942 Obituary [1]

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