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G. E. Rhodes

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G. E. Rhodes (1887- )

1922 Captain, R.E. (S.R.), Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., Civil Engineer, United Service Club, Calcutta. T. A.: "Concordia, Calcutta, 1 ndia." b. 1887; m. 1914, Dorothy, d. of R. W. Winnicott, J.P., Plymouth. Served under H. A. Johnson, M.Inst.C.E., civil engineer, Bradford, Yorks, 1908-10; School of Military Engineering, Chatham, and with units of Corps of Royal Engineers, 1910-1; Assistant Engineer, Indian Public Works Department, and served in United Provinces, 1911-14. Ordered to Europe October, 1914. Ordered to India end of 1917, and appointed to staff of Director of Ordnance Factories, India, as Executive Engineer Civil Works, Indian Public Works Department (United Provinces) Headquarters, Calcutta. Member of Junior Naval and Military Club, 96, Piccadilly, W., and United Service Club, Calcutta. War Services.—France, 1915-16-17, as Captain, Royal Engineers with Bridging Units, under Director of Works, and in construction of gun implacements, Belgian coast, with Naval Siege Guns.

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