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Arthur Henry Mallett (1884-1926)
1927 Obituary 
ARTHUR HENRY MALLETT, who spent almost the whole of his engineering career with the British-American Tobacco Company, was educated at Bristol Grammar School and articled as a pupil to Messrs. Brazil, Holborrow and Straker, pump makers, in that city.
He joined the tobacco company as a pupil at Ashton Gate in 1905 and in 1907 went to Shanghai as junior assistant manager at Pootung factory. The whole of his subsequent career was spent abroad. He was promoted to factory manager at Mukden and in 1915 went to Bangalore and Mongbyr.
Since 1919 he had been assistant engineer to the British Cigarette Company in China until his retirement through ill-health in 1925.
His death occurred on 30th October 1926, at Eastbourne.
Mr. Mallett was born in 1884 and became a Graduate of the Institutions in 1905 and an Associate Member in 1910.