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John Gustaf Adolf Rhodin

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John Gustaf Adolf Rhodin (1872-1941)

1895 Patent. 6121. John Gustaf Adolf Rhodin, Clifton Hall, near Manchester, county of Lancaster, England: Improvements in plates for secondary voltaic batteries.

1911 Living at 9 Grasmere Road, Muswell Hill, London: John Gustaf Adolf Rhodin (age 39 born Sweden), Consulting Chemical Engineer. With his wife Eleanor Rhodin (age 35 born Sockton-on-Tees).[1]

1921 Wrote about "Aluminium and Its Alloys in Engineering" for The Engineer 1921/05/06.

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  1. 1911 Census