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Edgar Clifton Boyce

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Edgar Clifton Boyce (1898-1959) Freeman of City of London. B.Sc.Eng. (Lond.), A.M.Inst.C.E., M.Inst.M. & Cy.E., Mem. County Surveyor's Soc.

Career: Deputy County Surveyor, Gloucester C.C.; Chief Engr., W. Sussex C.C.; Engr., Ministry of Transport; Divisional Surveyor, Norfolk C.C.; Eng. Asst. with Shropshire C.C. and Surrey C.C. War Service: 21 years France, Tech. Branch, Royal Air Force.

1939 County Surveyor, Gloucestershire County Council, and Hon. Surveyor to joint Executive Planning Committees for the County of Gloucester, Shire Hall, Gloucester. Private address: Gwynne' s House, Tuffley, Gloucester. Age: 41.

1959 Obituary [1]

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