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Henry Vincent James

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Henry Vincent James (c1871- )

Electrical engineer of Aldenham Avenue, Radlett, Herts.

Born the son of Robert Squire James, an Accountant.

1906 married Maude Alice Walker

1911 Living at Sylvan Avenue, Centra, Mill Hill, London: Henry V. James (age 40 born Manchester), Electrical Engineer, Director. With his wife Maude and her sister Dorothy.[1]

1917 Patented an electro-magnetic brake for printing presses. [2]

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