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William Henry Starkey

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William Henry Starkey (1880- )

1922 A.M.I.E.E., Electrical Engineer, 3, Central Buildings, Westminster. T. A.: "Subconical." T. N.: 816 Victoria. b. 1880; s. of the late Captain Starkey, E.T.C. Ed. Stortford and Faraday House. Shift Engineer at Dover Corporation and City and South London Railway; Assistant to Robert Hammond, consulting engineer, for 18 months; since 1901, Technical Engineer to the Tudor Accumulator Co., Ltd., of Westminster.

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