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National Traction Engine Owners' and Users' Association

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1896 A. Griffith Boscawen, M.P., was president of the association

At the AGM, in the absence of the president, Mr. W. Arnold (East Peckham) was voted to the chair. Amongst those present were Messrs. J. Allen (Oxford), T. Aveling (Rochester), R. W. Eddison (Leeds), Jesse Ellis (Maidstone), James Fearnley (manager Barnsley British Co-operative Society), W . H. Wilcox (London), W. Morrison (St. Peter's), T. Danks (Netherton, near Dudley), Thompson (Hunts), Wicksteed, Travis (Shropshire), H. R. Summers (secretary), etc. Others at the meeting included R. Sheard and Mr Vanderstigen[1]

1899-1900 Alfred Douglas Mackenzie was the Association's assistant engineer

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Sources of Information

  1. The Autocar 1896/07/04