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Richard Edward Michael

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Richard Edward Michael (1881- ) Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., Assoc.M.I.Min.E., Civil Engineer (Electrical and Structural)

1881 Born

1895-6 Engineering Department, Tylorstown Collieries

1896-8 Rhondda Intermediate School

1898-1901 University College, Cardiff; 1st Class Hons. and Medallist in Mining Engineering (late Dr. A. E. Elliott, University College, Cardiff, and late Morgan W. Davis, civil and mining engineer, Swansea).

1901-3 Engineering Department, Tylorstown Collieries

1903-6 Assistant Engineer, Mountain Ash Urban District Council

1906-9 Head of Department of Engineering, Municipal Technical College, Limerick

1909-14 Senior Lecturer in Electrical and Mechanical Engineering, Glamorgan County Council,

1914-onwards: Head of Department of Electrical Engineering, South Wales and Mon. School of Mines, Crumlin

WWI Engaged on production of munitions and consulting and testing work.

Member of Manchester Geological Mining Society, Member of the South Wales Institute of Engineers.

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