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1919 Iron and Steel Institute: Obituaries

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Note: This is a sub-section of the 1919 Iron and Steel Institute

The 7 Obituaries in 1919

Part I. None

Part II. p.451

Notes on deaths of members but without obituaries

During the year the deaths of thirty-three members have been reported, the names of whom are recorded in the following list:

  • Armstrong, P. T. (Barnsley, Yorks) .
  • Barker, James (Todmorden, Lanes) . March 12.
  • Bock, P. H. (Fagersta, Sweden) .
  • Booth, William (Rodley, Leeds) . Mani; 23.
  • Carnahan, R. B. (Middletown, Ohio). June 22.
  • Crawshay, W. T. (Reading) . . September.
  • Crosland, J. F. L. (Hale, Cheshire) . October 21.
  • Cubillo, Major-General L. (Madrid) . December 15.
  • Cuthill, William (Uddingston, N.B.) . February 7.
  • Despaigne, H. (London) . . . September.
  • Dickinson, John (Ulverston) . . March 24.
  • Douglas, James, LL.D. (New York) . June 25.
  • Gjers, L. F. (Middlesbrough) . .February 4
  • Hartshorne, J. (Pottstown, U.S.A.) . . August 24.
  • Hewlett, A. (Warwick) . . . . September
  • Hingley, Sir G. B., Bt. (Dudley) . August 19.
  • Hopkinson, Major B., F.R.S. (Cambridge) . August 27.
  • Hunsiker, Colonel Millard (London) . . October 11.
  • Hutchinson, T. C. (Saltburn) . . October 17.
  • Jones, Greville T. (Middlesbrough) . March 6.
  • Jones, Thomas Herschel (Swansea) . January 18.
  • Keen, A. T. (Birmingham) . . June 27.
  • Lloyd, Samuel (Birmingham) . . February 26.
  • Morris, William (Briton Ferry). June 15.
  • Paterson, J. (Carlisle) September 6.
  • Pegler, T. B. (London) Percy, T. M. (Wigan) October 22.
  • Reynolds, A. (Brighton) December 11.
  • Roberts, C. W. (Stourbridge) . September 25.
  • Rollin, F. T. (Sheffield) April 4.
  • Schneider, Lieut. H. P. (Paris). . . February 23.
  • Schneider, W. M. F. (Barrow-in-Furness) . May 3.
  • Shirley, F. L. (Briton Ferry) . • . August 1.

The death of the following member occurred in 1916 but was not noted in the Report of Council for that year Warocque, Raoul (Mariemont, Belgium).

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