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T. O. Callender

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Thomas O. Callender (c1896-1941)

Eldest son of Thomas Octavius Callender.

Director and Manager, Marine Dept., Callenders Cable and Construction Co., Ltd., Hamilton House, Victoria Embankment, London.


  • St. John's College, Cambridge.
  • Apprenticeship, Callender's Cable and Construction Co. at Erith Works, and later on many Home and Overseas contracts.
  • 1915-18 Served in R.M.L.I. as 2nd Lieut. to Acting Captain, including Anti-Submarine Service in Orkneys.
  • 1928 October 1st Manager, Marine Dept., Callender's.

Also County Councillor for Erith West Kent C.C., and Chairman Conservative Assoc. Dartford Div., Kent.

1941 Obituary [1]

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