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Frederic Lancelot Booth

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Frederic Lancelot Booth (c1876-?) O.B.E., J.P., M.Inst.C.E., M.I.M.E.

Career: Coatham Grammar School; Training, Ashington Coal Co., Ltd.; Surveyor, Under-manager and manager, Ashington Colliery.

1939 Agent and Mining Engr., The Ashington Coal Co., Ltd., Colliery Office, Ashington. Private address: Seagarth, Cresswell, Morpeth. Age: 63.

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