1922 Who's Who In Engineering: Name Q
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QUARTERMAINE, Allan Stephen, M.C., B.Sc. (Eng.) Lond., Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., Civil Engineer, Great Western Railway, Divisional Engineer's Office, Gloucester; b. 1888; m. June 4, 1914 one s. Ed. University College, London University. B.Sc. 1st Class Hons. Chadwick Scholarship and Gold Medal in Municipal Engineering and Hygiene; A. P. Head Memorial Medal; College Diplomas in Civil, Municipal, and Mechanical Engineering. z 908 — Hertfordshire County Surveyor's Office. 1909—Tees-side Bridge and Engineering Works, Middlesbrough, steelwork erection. I9I0—Great Western Railway Engineering Department, Wolverhampton, 1910, Paddington, 1914, Gloucester, 1920. Chief Works: New works on Palestine Military Railways. War Services.—Major, Royal Engineers; New Works Engineer, Palestine Military Railways; mentioned in Dispatches, and awarded Military Cross.
QUINTON, William George, Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., A.C.G.I., Civil Engineers, c/o Cox & Co., Rawal Pindi, India. T. A.: " Coxia, Rawal Pindi." b. 1887; eldest s. of R. F. Quinton, M.D., late Governor H.M. Prison, Holloway; m. in 1918, Gwendoline Agnes Lucy, only d. of the late Major W. Holroyd Mills, R.G.A. Ed. Berkhamsted School, 1898-1905; City and Guilds Technical College, Finsbury, 1905-7; Central Technical College, South Kensington, 1907-9. Demonstrator under Prof. A. G. Ashcroft at Central Technical College, 1909-10. Assistant Engineer Indian Public Works Department, Irrigation Branch, Punjab, October, 1910, and Executive Engineer from October, 1918. Member of the Punjab Club, Lahore.
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