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Charles T. Ramsey

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Charles T. Ramsey (1856- )

1922 Engr.-Comdr. R.N.R., M.I.N.A., Cons. Mar. Engr., G.W. Railway. Co., and Bibby Line, and General Cons. Work; b. 1856; s. of the late James Ramsay of Cuerdale Hall, Lancs. Ed. Preston Grammar Sch. Training: James Jack and Co., Liverpool. Six years at sea; Junior to Chief Engr.; Extra Chief Engr.'s Cert.; afterwards Cons. Engr., and acted for Canada Shipping Co. and Rathbone Brothers; designed and supervised the construction of Atlantic liners and liners to the East, fast turbine cross-channel steamers, yachts, etc. Club: Primrose, London. Address: 19, Sweeting Street, Liverpool.


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