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Theobald Stuart Butler

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Theobald Stuart Butler (1884- )

1922 Major, R.E., Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., Civil Engineer, 84, South Croxted Road, West Dulwich, London, S.E.2i; b. 1884; m. September 4, 1919. Ed. and Professional Training: Dulwich College and Crystal Palace School of Practical Engineering. Professional Career: Assistant Engineer on the Argentine Great Western Railway; Section Engineer on the Royal Siamese State Railways, Southern Line; Engineer for Paraguay Central Railway Co., Ltd. Club: Golfer's, Whitehall Court. War Services.—Lieutenant in the Railway Construction Companies from November, 1915; Captain in the Railway Survey, Reconnaissance Section, from November, 1917; Major, Broad Gauge Railway Section, 3rd September, 1919, to 10th February, 1920.

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