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Cyril Brackenbury (1869- )
1922 B.Sc., M.Inst.M.M., Min. Engr.; b. 1869; s. of General Chas. B. Brackenbury. Ed. Dover Coll. Training: Universities Minnesota and California. Career: Min. Engr. of Genoa and Elba Mines of the Minnesota Iron Co.; Chief Min. Engr., Quincy Copper Mine, Michigan; Min. Engr., Tharsis Sulphur and Copper Co., for whom examined mines in Russia, Bulgaria, Servia and Italy; General Manager in Rhodesia for the Consolidated African Copper Trust, Ltd.; examined mines in Siberia for Siberian Syndicate; Manager and. Cons. Engr. for Tresavean Mines, Ltd., Cornwall; examined mines in Greece for the Mond Nickel Co., Ltd., and in charge of important exploration work in Canada for same Co. Military Service: Wounded on Somme, 1916; Cons. Engr. to Joint Manager Devon and Courtenay Clay Co., Ltd., since 1919. Papers on Iron, Copper, Tin and Nickel Mining. Address: St. Maur, Newton Abbot, Devon.