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William Henry Rose

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William Henry Rose (1883- )

1922 Elec. Engr., at present engaged by Callender's Cable and Construction Co., on the Andhea Valley Power Scheme; b. 1883. Ed. Goldsmiths and University Eng. Coll. Read with W. J. Lineham, M.I.E.E., etc. Min. Gold and Coal in S. Af., 1902-4; Electrification of G.I.P. Train Lighting and Workshops (Preliminary Expts.), 1904-6; Min. Coal and Manganese, Central Provinces, 1906-8; Mill Equipment, 1908-1; Light and Power, G.P.O., 1911-14; R.A.F. Research Tech. Dept. and B.E.S.C., 1914-20; Callender's Cable and Construction Co., Ltd., 192o; F.R.Met.S., M.I. and S.I. Permanent Address: " Farringdons," Fittleworth, Sussex, Present Address: c/o Callender's Cable Co., Bombay.

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