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A. Hugh Seabrook

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Arthur Hugh Seabrook (1875- ) of Sir Charles Bright and Partners

1875 Born Boreham, Essex[1]

1891-5 With Crompton and Co, Chelmsford

1895 Assistant engineer, Yarmouth Corporation Electricity Works

1897 Assistant engineer, Hampstead Vestry Electricity Works

1900 Associate of the Inst of Electrical Engineers; living in West Hampstead, London[2]

1901 Associate I Mech E

1901 Engineer and Manager of Barking municipal electricity supply undertaking

1903 Member of I Mech E

1907 Member of Institution of Electrical Engineers; of Electricity Works, Tucker St, West Ham, London E

1909 Moved from West Ham Works to Marylebone Works[3]

1911 General Manager, electricity supply, Borough of St Marylebone; living in St Johns Wood, with Harriet Edith 31, Elizabeth 8, John Strachan 3[4]

By 1914 was a Member of Council of IEE; of Marylebone Electric Supply, York Place, London W

Positions included with the London and other electricity supply under-takings

1919 Of GEC, Witton Works, Birmingham

1921 Of Devonshire Chambers, Bishopsgate, London

1921 Founding partner in Sir Charles Bright and Partners


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Sources of Information

  1. Mechanical Engineer Records; 1901 census
  2. Electrical Engineer Records (various dates)
  3. The Times, Jun 25, 1909
  4. 1911 census