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F. E. Haynes

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F. E. Haynes (1869- )

1922 Engr. Commander, O.B.E., R.D., R.N.R., M.I.Mar.E., Marine Engr.; Chief Engr., Mar. Trans. Dept., Fort Johnston, Lake Nyasa; b. 1869. Ed. and Training: Lynam's Prep. School, Oxford; Rossall School; Firth College and Tech. School, Sheffield. App. G.N. Railway Plant, Doncaster; P. and O. Steamers, and thence Asst. Engr. to Nyasaland Govt. Naval Dept.; Chief Engr., Nov., 1897; in command of the " Guendolen " for 7 months of the War; for keeping the Lake Nyasa Fleet in order during the War, received the O.B.E. (Milt.) and Reserve Decoration; rose from Rank of Engr. Lt., R.N.R., to Engr. Corn. (retired). Club: United Sports.

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