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1888 Born at Long Town, Cumberland
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Educated at Carlisle Grammar School and then at the George Watson and at the Heriot-Watt Colleges (Edinburgh).
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1909 he started his career at Newcastle-on-Tyne as Lecturer in Engineering and Mathematics.
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1912 he graduated B.Sc. (Engineering)
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1913 was appointed Superintendent to a Grand Technical Institute and Supervisor of Classes in Engineering Subjects in the Liverpool Branch Technical Institutes.
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c.1917 Research in the Applied Electricity Laboratories of the Liverpool University
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Author of "Practical Mathematics"
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Latest revision as of 15:19, 7 July 2020

1888 Born at Long Town, Cumberland

Educated at Carlisle Grammar School and then at the George Watson and at the Heriot-Watt Colleges (Edinburgh).

1909 he started his career at Newcastle-on-Tyne as Lecturer in Engineering and Mathematics.

1912 he graduated B.Sc. (Engineering)

1913 was appointed Superintendent to a Grand Technical Institute and Supervisor of Classes in Engineering Subjects in the Liverpool Branch Technical Institutes.

c.1917 Research in the Applied Electricity Laboratories of the Liverpool University

Author of "Practical Mathematics"


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