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Fitzroy O. J. Roose

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Fitzroy O. J. Roose (1880- )

1922 M.I.Mech.E., E.E., F.C.S., Civil, Mechanical and Electrical Engineer, c/o Russell Wells, M.D., 16, Lower Seymour Street, W. h. 1880; s. of Robson Roose, M.D.; m. d. of Chas. Lowe of Buenos Ayres and Rhodesia. Ed. Westminster School, London Polytechnic Engineering School and articled to Lacey, Clirehugh and Sillar, civil, mechanical and electrical engineers, Westminster. Assistant Electrical Engineer to Middleton, Salford and Bournemouth Corporations; Assistant Resident Engineer in South London for Tramway Construction Works, London County Council; Chief Engineer, Cordoba, Light Power and Traction Co., South America; Construction Engineer, Sao Paulo Light and Power Co., Brazil; Power Station Engineer and Manager, Cie de Electricidad de la Provincia de Buenos Ayres, Ltd. Now Electrical Engineer to Government of Bombay. War Services.-1914-9—As Lieutenant, Captain and Major, Royal Garrison Artillery. Twice mentioned in Dispatches.

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