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Reginald George Cyril Batson

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Professor Reginald George Cyril Batson (1885- )of the National Physical Laboratory and later of Liverpool University

1885 May 17th. Born at Surbiton the son of George Batson, a Tailor, and his wife Eliza

1911 Living at 123 London Road, Kingston on Thames: George Batson (age 53 born Amersham), Tailor and Employer. With his wife Eliza Batson (age 50 born Tottenham Court Road, London) and their two sons Reginald Batson (age 25 born Surbiton), Scientific Engineer at NPL, and Alan Batson (age 17 born Kingston). One servant.[1]

1936-1950 Chair of Engineering, Liverpool University

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  1. 1911 Census