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Henry James Troughton

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Henry James Troughton (1883- )

1922 Assoc.M.Inst. C.E., A.M.E.E., A.M.Mech.E., Civil and Electrical Engineer, Manor House Office, Finsbury Park, N.4. T. A.: "Lentiscus, Finspark, London." T. N.: Tottenham 77. b. 1883. Ed. Grocers Company's School, Hackney Down, and Holt House, Cheshunt; Matriculated, London University. Electrical Engineering Course, Finsbury Technical College; Evening Classes, Manchester School of Technology. Works of British Westinghouse Co, Trafford Park; sub-station work, London County Council; power house work, North Metropolitan Power Supply Co.; Technical Assistant to Engineer, North Metropolitan Power Supply Co., and Metropolitan Electric Tramways; Assistant Engineer, Metropolitan Electric Tramways; 1913—Mechanical Engineer, London United Tramways; 1919—Mechanical Engineer, Metropolitan Electric and London United Tramways; in charge of the repairs and maintenance of all rolling stock for above companies. War Services.—Organised manufacture of shells and other munitions at central repair shops of London United Tramways, also the finishing station for shells for the Western District of the Metropolitan Munitions Committee.

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