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William Frederick Roger Reynolds

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William Frederick Roger Reynolds (1887- )

1922 Assoc. M.Inst.C.E., Reinforced Concrete Engineer, Fraser and Chalmers, Ltd., Johannesburg, South Africa; b. 1887. Ed. Dulwich College. Training with L. G. Mouchel and Partners, Ltd. (civil engineers), of Westminster. England, 1905-10; South Africa, 1910-3; Brazil, 1913-5; now South Africa. On harbour works, bridges, buildings, etc. Member of the Rand Club, Johannesburg. War Services.— Lieutenant East Yorks Regiment and M.G.C.; Chief Inspector of Concrete Ships for C.G.M.S. Admiralty, 1918-19.

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