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Bertram Bloomer (1888- )
1922 Capt. R.E., A.M.I.Mech.E., Military, Mech., Gas and Automobile Engr.; Tank Engr.; b. 1888; s. of Samuel Bloomer. Ed. King Edward's Grammar Sch., Camp Hill, Birmingham. Training: Birmingham Tech. Sch. Career: Mangr. B.S.A. Repair Dept., Motor Dept.; Mangr., Regent Garage, Leamington Spa. Gen. Automobile Eng.; Workshop Officer, 15th Ammunition Sub-Park, B.E.F., France; passed Practical and Theoretical Examination, G.H.Q., 1915, and gazetted Workshop Officer; Tank Engr., 1916 to date; Engr. to the Tanks from first use, in command of Workshops 5 in the Field; mentioned in Dispatches. Address: " Beau-Doon," West Lulworth, Dorset. T. A.: " Bloomer. West Lulworth." T. N.: Wareham, 2o.