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Cecil Henry Bailey (1888- )
1922 M.I.Min.E., F.S.I., Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., Mining Engineer and Geologist, 13, Bennett's Hill, Birmingham. T. A.: "Mining, Birmingham." T. N.: 5340 Central. b. 1888; s. of Thomas Henry Bailey; m. d. of J. Milner Helme, M.D., of Silverdale, Lancashire. Ed. Llandaff Cathedral School, Rugby School, Birmingham University. Professional Career: Bachelor of Science, 1909; First Class Certificate under Coal Mines Act, 1911-12; Member of firm of S. and J. Bailey, Mining and Civil Engineers, 1913. Club: Public Schools. War Services.—Commission in Army Service Corps, 1914; transferred to Royal Engineers, 1917; served in France, 19r 5-16 and 1918-19.