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Alfred Henry Bristow

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Alfred Henry Bristow (1882- )

1922 Capt. Assoc.M.Inst. C.E., A.K.C., Civil and Mechanical Engineer, Cement Works Expert; Chief Engr. for Australasia Nestle and Anglo-Swiss Condensed Milk Co., King Street, Sydney N.S.W.; b. 1882. Ed. County Sch., Richmond, Surrey; Head of Sch., 1899; King's Coll., London, 1899-1902. Head of Civil and Mech. Engrs., 1902; Silver Medallist in Building Construction, 1902. Professional Career: 1903-10—Resident Engineer in charge of erection of following works: Norman Portland Cement Works, Rugby, Kaye and Co.'s Cement Works, Cambridge, and Transvaal Portland Cement Works, S. Africa. 1910-44—Resident Engineer in charge of erection and running of Golden Bay Cement Works, New Zealand, and Aberthaw and Bristol Channel Cement Works, S. Wales, 1919-20. Cons. Engr. to Macdonald, Gibbs and Co. Club: Imperial, Paris. War Services. — 1915-9, Captain and I.O.M., R.A.O.C. In charge of workshops engaged on overhaul of Siege Artillery, 2 years; second-in-charge of Base Workshops, Havre, I year.

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