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Cecil Thomas Melling

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1899 Born in Wigan, son of William Solomon Melling and his wife Emma

Educated in Manchester

1911 Emma Mulling 44, lived in Ormskirk with Herbert Mulling 13, Cecil Thomas Mulling 11, Annie Mulling 8[1]

1919 Apprentice with BTH, Rugby.

1920 Apprentice with Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Co

1922 Research engineer with Metropolitan-Vickers in high frequency laboratory

1924 Design engineer, transformers

1928 Technical engineer, large machines sales department

1934 Senior assistant engineer, Yorkshire Power Co

1935 Associate member of I Mech E

1998 Died in Ashford, Kent[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1911 census
  2. BMD
  • Mechanical engineer records