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Addison Abraham Hargrave Deane

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From L to R: James Franklin – Telegraph Superintendent; H. H. Deane – Resident Engineer; ? Huddleston – Traffic Superintendent; A. A. H. Deane – Chief Medical Officer

Addison Abraham Hargrave Deane (1856-1939) of the Bombay, Baroda and Central India Railway

1856 Born the second son of Alexander Sharp Deane and his wife Elizabeth hargrave

Educated at Ennis College

Qualified as a doctor at Trinity College, Dublin.

He rose to the position of Chief Medical Officer with the Bombay, Baroda and Central India Railway, leaving the service of the company in February 1914.

In 1904 he served as Honorary Secretary of the Byculla Club, Bombay.

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