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Cyril Edwin Rawbone

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Cyril Edwin Rawbone (1880- )

1922 M.I.N.A., Ship Surveyor to the Marine Dept., B.O.T., North Shields Office; b. 1880. Ed.: Normal Coll., Cape Town, S. Af.; Latimer Foundation Sch., Hammersmith, W.; Upper Sch., H.M. Dockyard, Chatham; Chatham, Gillingham and Rochester Tech. Insts. Training: H.M. Dockyard, Chatham. App. as Shipwright in H.M. Dockyard, Chatham; obtained maximum time of 4 years at Upper Sch., and specially commended by Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty; Hons. Medal in N.A. by Bd. of Ed., and 2nd, then 1st Class Draughtsman at Chatham; Instructor in N.A., Gillingham and Chatham Tech. Insts. and Upper Dockyard Sch. for io years; Ship Surveyor, B.O.T., 1913, at Tonnage Office; lent to Admiralty Supts. of Contract Dept., 19th; sent by B.O.T. to N. Shields in 1917, where at present stationed. Club: Benton Park Golf. Office Address: B.O.T. Surveyor's Office, North Shields. T. N.: 11 N. Shields.

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