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Stewart Henry Hambling

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Stewart Henry Hambling (1882- )

1922 Major, M.I.N.A., Naval Arch. and Shipbuilder; General Manager and Director, Ouse Shipbuilding Co., Ltd., Hook, Goole and Hull; b. 1882; s. of late H. B. Hambling. Ed. Devonport Public Schs., and Royal College of Science, Kensington. Training: Devonport Tech. Schs., and H.M. Dockyard, Devonport. Bronze Medal and Diploma for Naval Architecture. Career: Admiralty Staff at Devonport Dockyard; Senior Lecturer, Naval Architecture, Devonport Tech. Schs.; Ship Surveyor, Mar. Department, B.O.T.; Major in Royal Engineers; and whilst in Army equipped, 58 ' .organized and controlled the Shipyard at Richborough; also designed and built the electrically welded sea-going Barge " Ac 132o." Address: 91, Hook Road, Goole, Yorkshire.


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