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Kenneth Fabian Brackenbury

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Kenneth Fabian Brackenbury (1884-?) A.M.I.Mech.E., M.I.A.E.

Born in 1884.

Career: Pinewood Sch., Farnborough; Tonbridge Sch.; Apprent., Electric Motive Power Co., and Sir W. E. Armstrong-Whitworth & Co..

Asst. Engr. during Electrification of Elswick Works: 2 years experimental work on I.C. Engines.

2 years Asst. Engr. in the East, and 3 years Chief Engr. in London to Guthrie and Co.

Asst. Motor Supt., Anglo-American Oil Co. 9 years.

1939 Certifying Officer, Ministry of Transport, Western Traffic Area Office, Beacon House, Bristol 8. Private Address: 12 Southfield Road, Bristol, 6.

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