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1902 of [[C. Evans and Co]], Worcester
 
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Works Manager [[Bryan, Donkin and Co]], Ltd., London, 8 years
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Works Manager [[Bryan Donkin and Co|Bryan, Donkin and Co]], Ltd., London, 8 years
  
 
Managing Director, [[Nevile Engineering Co]]., Ltd., Worcester, 10 years.  
 
Managing Director, [[Nevile Engineering Co]]., Ltd., Worcester, 10 years.  

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Arthur John Urwick (1868- ) M.I.Mech.E.

1868 Born son of Samuel John Urwick, of Great Malvern.

Educated at Clifton College.

Trained at Birmingham Sch. of Art and University Coll., London.

City and Guild Certificate

Apprentice with Piercy and Co, Birmingham

Draughtsman, Dutton and Co., Worcester

Joseph Evans and Sons, Ltd., Wolverhampton

1902 of C. Evans and Co, Worcester

Works Manager Bryan, Donkin and Co, Ltd., London, 8 years

Managing Director, Nevile Engineering Co., Ltd., Worcester, 10 years.

1922 District Engineer (S. Wales) for The Pulsometer Engineering Co., Ltd.

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