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Henry Montague Hingley

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Henry Montague Hingley (c1854-1909) of N. Hingley and Sons

1909 Obituary [1]

HENRY MONTAGUE HINGLEY died suddenly OR October 1, 1909, in his fifty-sixth year.

He was a brother of Sir George Hingley, and a nephew of the late Sir Benjamin Hingley. After the death of Sir Benjamin he and his brother carried on the well-known ironworks belonging to the firm of N. Hingley & Sons, Ltd., at Netherton and Old Hill. Elected a member of the South Staffordshire Mine Drainage Commission to fill the vacancy caused by the death of his uncle, he subsequently became chairman of the Old Hill Committee.

He was elected a member of the Iron and Steel Institute in 1907.

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