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Eustace Fellowes Hawkins

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Eustace Fellowes Hawkins (1880- )

1922 Lieut.-Col., D.S.O., B.Sc., M.I.Mech.E., Gen. Manager, E. Thornton and Co., Ltd., Paris; b. 1880. Ed. Blackheath School Training: Lausanne University (Eng. side). App. G. N. Railway, Doncaster; Asst. to Chief Engr., Aigle-Leysin Railway, Switzerland; Works Man., French Westinghouse Brake Co.; Gen. Man., E. Thornton and Co., Ltd., Paris; Director, Compagnie Generale des Freins, Paris; during the War commanded ist Heavy Repair Shop, R.A.S.C. (M.T.) as a Lt.-Col.; awarded D.S.O. and mentioned 3 times in Dispatches. Clubs: Travellers', Paris; Royal Societies, St. James's Street, S.W. Address: 17, Avenue Emile Deschanel, Paris, France. T. A.: " Moteur, Paris." T. N.: Central 06-50, Paris, and 6o-84, Paris.

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