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James Hay (1877- )

1922 Major, late R.E., M.C., B.Sc., Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., Railway Engineer (Location and Construction), 31, Rutland Square, Edinburgh; b. 1877. Ed. Edinburgh University. As Engineer in various grades on North British Railway, Uganda Railway, Central South African Railways, Kilindini Harbour Works, Central Argentine Railway, Southern Railway of Siam, Argentine Railway, Madeira Mamore Railway. Chief Engineer, Anglo-Persian Oil Corporation War Services.—Joined 1st Lovat Scouts, September, 1914; joined Royal Engineers as Captain, March, 1915. Located Palestine Military Railway from Suez Canal to Haifa.

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