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Richard Edward Michael (1881- )
1922 Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., Assoc.M.I.Min.E., Civil Engineer (Electrical and Structural), Is-y-Clogwyn, Edwardsville, Treharris, Glam., and South Wales and Mon. School of Mines, Crumlin, Mon. T. A.: " Michael, Minscol, Crumlin." T. N.: 26 Crumlin. b. 1881. Ed. Rhondda Intermediate School, 1896-8; University College, Cardiff, 1898-1901; 1st Class Hons. and Medallist in Mining Engineering (late Dr. A. E. Elliott, University College, Cardiff, and late Morgan W. Davis, civil and mining engineer, Swansea). Career: Engineering Department, Tylorstown Collieries, 1895-6; Rhondda Intermediate School, 18968; University College, Cardiff, 1898-1901; Engineering Department, Tylorstown Collieries, 1901-3. Assistant Engineer, Mountain Ash Urban District Council, 1903-6; Head of Department of Engineering, Municipal Technical College, Limerick, 1906-9; Senior Lecturer in Electrical and Mechanical Engineering, Glamorgan County Council, 1909-14; Head of Department of Electrical Engineering, South Wales and Mon. School of Mines, Crumlin, since 1914; Member of Manchester Geological Mining Society, Member of the South Wales Institute of Engineers. Chief Works: Consulting and testing work. Electrical and structural engineering for collieries in South Wales coalfield, and at Limerick. War Services.—Engaged on production of munitions and consulting and testing work.