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John Paton Hillhouse (1883- )

Born the son of William Hillhouse, M.A., M. S.C., F.L. S., Professor of Botany, Birmingham

1910 of the Calthorpe Motor Co

1953 Educated at King Edward VI High School; University of Birmingham (where he took Degree Course in Engineering). joined successively : Lanchester Engine Co., W. and J. Player Ltd., H. W. Ward and Co. Ltd., B.S.A. (Small Tools and Motor Departments), Calthorpe Motor Co., Herbert Frood Co., Brolt Ltd., and B.S.A. (Cycles and Cars), becoming Service Manager of the last two Divisions.

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