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Frederick Rowcliffe

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Frederick Rowcliffe (1892- )

1922 A.M.I.E.E., Electrical Engineer, 206, Chesterton Road, Cambridge; b. 1892. Three years Day Student at City and Guilds Technical College, Finsbury. Two years in the Test Department at Callender's Cable Co., Belvedere, Kent, cable work a speciality; a short time at The Armorduch Manufacturing Co., Witton, Birmingham, on research and testing small electrical apparatus; six and a half years with Cambridge Scientific Instrument Co., Ltd., Cambridge; one year of this on propaganda work and the remainder as Chief of Electrical Department. War Services.— At Cambridge Scientific Instrument Co., Ltd., on instruments for war service.

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