Grace's Guide To British Industrial History

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Grace's Guide is the leading source of historical information on industry and manufacturing in Britain. This web publication contains 147,919 pages of information and 233,587 images on early companies, their products and the people who designed and built them.

Thomas Reginald Stancombe

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Thomas Reginald Stancombe

1922 A.M.I.E.E., Electrical Engineer, 11, Osborne Avenue, Ashley Down, Bristol; b. 1877. Ed. Plymouth College. Articled pupil to Borough Engineer and Surveyor, Plymouth; Architecture, Plymouth School of Art; Electrical and Mechanical Engineering, Plymouth 3' Technical College. r9or-2—Mechanical Draughtsman and Switchboard Attendant, Plymouth Corporation Electricity Works. 1902-4—Engineer-in-Charge, Wimbledon Corporation Electricity and Destructor Works. 19-4-II—Chief Assistant Electrical Engineer, Barnsley Corporation Electricity Works. 191r-12—Electrical Power Engineer, Yorkshire Power Company, Dewsbury, Yorks. 1912-13— Installation Engineer, City of York Electricity Works. Since r9r3—Senior Power Engineer, Sales Department, Bristol Corporation Electricity Department. War Services.—March, r9r6—Lieutenant, Army Ordnance Department; passed course as Inspector of Ordnance Machinery at Ordnance College, Woolwich, and appointed Inspector of Ordnance Machinery, third class, at Portsmouth. r9r7—Ordered to France as. Inspector of Ordnance Machinery, third class; promoted Captain and Inspector of Ordnance Machinery, second class, March, 1917, continuing as such till demobilization, May, 1919, with rank of Captain,. R. A.O.C. Twice mentioned in Dispatches, viz., " London Gazette," December, 1917, and December, 1918.

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