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Henry Edward Ede (1872- )
1922 B.Sc.Hons., F.G.S., M.I.Min.E., Chemical and Min. Engr.; Sole Proprietor of the firm of Henry E. Ede and Co., Steel Manufacturers; and Tech. Adviser, William Moss and Sons, Ripon, Varnish and Colour Manufacturers; b. 1872; s. of Henry Hutchins Ede, Solicitor, London. Ed. Sheffield Central School and Durham College of Sc., Durham University. Training: Durham University. Career: Chief Chemist, New Explosives Co., Ltd., and Kynoch, Ltd.; Metallurgist, Chilian Manganese Mines, Ltd., and Copaquise Copper Sulphate Co., Ltd.; Man. Dir., Kerry Mines Syndicate, Ltd. Author of several tech. papers on Chemistry, Geology and Min. subjects. Address: Woodholm Road, Ecclesall, Sheffield (private); and Norfolk Row, Sheffield (office).