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Reginald Charles Hill (1889- )
1922 ex-Admiralty Motor Engineer, R.N. (Salvage Section), Electrical Engineer (Power Plant) and Motor Oil-Engine Specialist, Hadleigh Villas, Armscroft Road, Gloucester; b. 1889; s. of Charles Albert Hill (decd.), of Nailsworth, Glos., and Julia Anne Hill (née Watkins); m. December 30, 1916, to Sadie, d. of William T. Jones, Creswell, Derby. Ed. Wycliffe College, Stonehouse; 2 years' Electrical and Engineering Course at Technical Schools, Stroud, obtaining diploma and three South Kensington passes; 5 years pupil to Watkins and Okey, Painswick, Glos. Three years Assistant Works Manager at King's Mills, Painswick; qsyears Junior Engineer and 2 years Engineer-in-Charge, Gloucester Corporation, Electricity Department; years Admiralty Motor Engineer, Salvage Section. Member of Gloucestershire Engineering Society; Associate Society of Engineers; late Hon. Secretary of Electrical Bureau, British Empire Naturalists' Association; Member of Electrical Power Engineers' Association. War Services.—Three and a half years War Department (Power Station); 1 years Motor Engineer (Officer), H.M.S. Sunhill.