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Alfred Hugh Tyler (1866-1938) of Tyler and Ellis
Born at Ware the son of Charles Ward Tyler, a Wine Merchant.
1922 M.I.Mech.E., Refrigerating Engr.; b. 1866; s. of Chas. W. Tyler. Ed. Christ's Coll., Finchley, and University Coll., London. Training: Bow Works, Loco. and Carriage ST Dept., N.L. Railway.; Pupil to late J. C. Park, Loco. Supt. Career: Chief Designer, Anderson and Gallwey, Hydraulic Engrs.; Designer and special Asst., J. and E. Hall, Ltd.; Man. Dir., Tyler and Ellis, Man. Co., Ltd.; Patentee various improvements in CO2 and Ice-Making Machinery. Address: 40, Chancery Lane, W.C.2.