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Thomas Charles Cloud

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Thomas Charles Cloud (1848-1918), Metallurgical engineer

1848 Born in Hackney[1]

1882 Married Ada Lindsay Duncan in Swansea[2]

1883-1893 in Australia[3]

1903 Arrived from Australia

c.1906 At this time Steinhart, Vogel, and Cloud operated a laboratory in the accumulator works of Pritchetts and Gold.

1908 Member of Steinhart, Vogel and Cloud at its dissolution

1908 Chairman of Steinhart and Vogel Complex Ore Process Ltd[4]

1908-16 Practising in London as a Metallurgical engineer.[5]

1911 Consulting metallurgical engineer; retired at the time; living in New Malden, Surrey, with Ada Lindsay Cloud 55, Doris Isabel Cloud 28, Cedric Charles Cloud 18, mining student[6]

1918 of Bournemouth; died[7]

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. BMD
  2. BMD
  3. births of children
  4. Mining Manual Containing Full Particulars of Mining Companies, by Skinner, 1908
  5. London Phone Books
  6. 1911 census
  7. National Probate Calendar