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Arthur Ernest Hayward

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Arthur Ernest Hayward (1891- )

1922 B.Sc., Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., A.F.Ae.S., Aeronautical Engineer, Charleville Road, West Kensington, London, W. t 4. T. N.: Regent 6700; Ext. 86o. b. 1891. Ed. Wolverhampton Grammar School, Birmingham University (Engineering), Sheffield University (Metallurgy). 21 years in shops with William Hayward and Sons, Ltd., Wolverhampton; 1 year in shops with Midland Railway Co., Ltd., Locomotive Department, Derby; 2/ years Senior Draughtsman and Designer, Royal Aircraft Establishment, South Farnborough, Hants; 2 years as Technical Officer in Structural Investigations Section, Technical Department, Aircraft Production, Ministry of Munitions. Hon. Treasurer, Birmingham University Engineering Society, 1913-14. War Services.—Aircraft work throughout. Mechanic in Royal Flying Corps (T.F.) (1916-7); Technical Officer at Air Ministry, 1917-19 awards.

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