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Frederick Felix Gordon

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Frederick Felix Gordon (1887- )

1887 Born

Ed. Sheffield Secondary School Training: Sheffield University.

Chief Chemist,W. T. Beesley and Co., Ltd., Sheffield

Chief Chemist, Steel Maker and Head of Research Labs., Spear and Jackson, Ltd., Sheffield

By 1922 M. I.and S.I., Metallurgist; Director, Spear and Jackson, Ltd.

By 1937 was Technical Director of Spear and Jackson

Member of Sheffield Engrs. and Metallurgists, and Sheffield Metallurgical Chemists.

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