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Hermann Dickenson Marshall

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Hermann Dickenson Marshall (1872-1936), of Marshall, Sons and Co

1872 Born in Gainsborough, son of Henry Dickenson Marshall

1889 Apprenticed at Marshall, Sons and Co

1894 In charge of testing and experimental department; also supervised the erection of steam plant for electricity generation and other purposes

1901 Mechanical engineer; manager of a department[1]

1901 Joined I Mech E

1911 Mechanical engineer, living in Gainsborough, 38, with Lucy Ann Marshall 39, Norman Dickenson Marshall 6, Mary Ada Marshall 3, Henry Dickenson Marshall 1[2]

1936 Died

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Sources of Information

  1. 1901 census
  2. 1911 census
  • UK, Mechanical Engineer Records, 1847-1930