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William Arnold Hewitt

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William Arnold Hewitt (1876- )

1922 M.I.Water E., Waterworks Engr. and Manager, Corporation of Shrewsbury; b. 1876. Ed. Bala and Chester. Training: Mech. Engr. at Chester, and at the Stafford Road Eng. Works and Offices, Wolverhampton, as pupil under the late George Crowe, then City Water Engr., Chester. Career: Supt. Mech. Engr. to the Borough of Shrewsbury; afterwards Engr. and Manager of the Water Undertaking; personally responsible for the Installation of Pressure Filters and the entire overhauling of the Works and Machinery. Address: Waterworks Office, Chester Street, Shrewsbury.

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