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Robert E. Lloyd Owen

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Robert E. Lloyd Owen (1888- )

1922 M.C., A.M.I.E.E., Electrical Engineer, 117, High Street, Portmadoc, North Wales; b. 1888. Ed. Bangor University, North Wales; J. H. Williams and Sons, Engineers, Portmadoc; the British Thomson-Houston Co., Rugby. City Engineer's Staff, Moose Jaw, Canada; City Electrical Staff, Saskatoon, Canada; Electrical Engineer for the Big River Lumber Co., Saskatchewan; Electrical Engineer for the Montreal Engineering Co. at Medicine Hat, Alberta; now with British Thomson-Houston Co., Rugby. War Services.-1914-19—Temporary Captain R.G.A. attached Royal Engineers, commanding Sound Ranging Sections in France and Balkans, 1916-18; commanding Sound Ranging Experimental Workshops, Salisbury Plain, 1919.

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