Cecil Stevenson Garnett
Cecil Stevenson Garnett (1893- )
1922 F.C.S., Geologist, Mineralogist and Metallurgist; Cons. Min. Technologist, and in charge of the Commercial Opening-up of several Mines in Derbyshire; b. 1893. Ed. and Trained: University of Sheffield. Associate in Metallurgy. Formerly Man. Dir., Peak Min. and Minerals Co., Ltd. Paper to Chemical Society, "Colouring Matters of Red and Blue Fluorite," 1920. Address: 12, Cross Street, Chesterfield.