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John Francis Hull

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John Francis Hull (1886- )

1922 A.M.I.Mech.E., Mechanical Engineer, " Gringley," Uphill Road, Mill Hill, London, N.W.; b. 1886; s. of late John William Hull and Anne Hull. Ed. University College School (Engineering Side); Matriculated 1905. Apprenticed, Bryant Symons and Co. (late Thomas Anty and Co.), London, 19o5; Improver, British Thomson-Houston Co., Rugby; Draughtsman, R. W. Munro and Co., South Tottenham, 1909-10; Tool Designer and Assistant Works Superintendent, Sheffield Simplex Motor Works, Ltd., Sheffield, 1910-4; Managing Director, Wooler Engineering Co., Ltd., Willesden and Alperton, 1914-9; Managing Director, Wooler Motor Cycle Co. (1919), Ltd., Alperton, 1919 to date.

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