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Albert Mayon Henshaw

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Albert Mayon Henshaw

1922 J.P., M.Inst.C.E., F.G.S., Min. Engr.; Director, Talk-o'-th'-Hill Colliery, Ltd., Staffordshire Chemical Co., Ltd., and New Acid Co., Ltd.; s. of John Henshaw, Kings.wood, Bristol. Ed. Merchant Venturers Tech. College, Bristol. Training: Collieries in Gloucestershire, Lancashire, Staffordshire, etc. Career: P.-Pres., N. Staff. Inst. of Min. and Mech. Engrs.; experience 17 in Eng., Development and Working of Mines; Recovery Work after Fires and Explosions; Rescue Work; Reports and Valuations. Central Examiner for Certificates under Coal Mines Act. Address: Talk-o'-th'-Hill, Stoke-on-Trent.

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