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Charles Turnbull

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Charles Turnbull (1871-1954) M.I.E.E.

c.1871 Born

Educated at Fettes Coll.; Armstrong College, Newcastle-upon-Tyne

Apprenticed with C. A. Parsons and Co.

1899 Borough Electrical Engineer, Tynemouth.

Council of I.E.E. and I.M.E.A.

Wrote paper on Method of Invention: Memoir of Sir Charles Parsons and papers on Mathematics etc.

By 1939 he had retired.

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