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Alfred George Beech Owen

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(1908- )

1959 Chairman and Joint Managing Director, Rubery Owen and Co; and Chairman of the Owen Organization. is a Director of the following companies forming the Organization: Rubery Owen and Co. Ltd., Electro-Hydraulics, Ltd., Rubery Owen (Warrington), E. Camelinat and Co., Motor Panels (Coventry), Hudson Brown, Bentley Hall Brick Co., Easiclene Porcelain-Enamel (1938), A. Warden and Co., Rubery Owen and Kemsley Proprietary, Rubery Owen Housing Association, Rogers and Jackson, Salopian Engineers, Shuker and Son (Shrewsbury), R. and J. Wrexham (Wholesale), J. W. Baker and Co., Nuts and Bolts (Darlaston), C. and L. Hill, Brooke Tool Manufacturing Co., A. G. Sutherland, Chains, Darlaston and District Housing Co., T. S. Harrison and Sons, lnvicta Electrodes, Kleine Co., Eaton Axles, Associated Constructional Engineers, New Hall Farm, Waddington Tools, G. R. Smithson and Co., Port Hamble, Luke Brothers, B.T. Developments, Gasel Appliances, Denfords Engineering Co, Rubery Owen, Kepston, Conveyancer Fork Trucks, Conveyancer Fork Trucks (Australia), Pty., Electro Hydra ulics (Canada), Ltd., Gasel, J. E. Brassey and Son, The Castra Electric Washing Machine Co., Ltd., Cardinal Steels, Ltd., Leabank Office Equipment, Ltd., Bowser International, Ltd., Charles Clark and Son, Ltd., Charles Clark and Son (Stafford), Ltd., Shorrock Superchargers, Hodgkiss Oilburners, Walsall Football Club, British Overseas Boat Co., Hill, Alzen (Sales), Rubery Owen and Scott (S.A.), Rubery Owen (Canada),


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