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Frank Stanley Oldfield

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Frank Stanley Oldfield (-1927)

1927 Obituary [1]

FRANK STANLEY OLDFIELD was a pupil of Mr. J. Patten Barber, Borough Engineer of Islington in 1896 and was for many years assistant engineer on the municipal engineering departments at West Ham, Durban, High Barnet, Battersea, and Finchley successively. Whilst at Durban he was responsible for the erection of the main pumping station and two subsidiary pumping stations.

During the War he served with the Royal Engineers, and in 1920 was appointed resident engineer in connexion with the Tottenham housing scheme.

At the time of his death he was assistant engineer at Exeter mile the Ministry of Transport.

Mr. Oldfield became an Associate of The Institution in 1923 and his death occurred on 25th July 1927.

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