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Charles Samuel Garland

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Charles Samuel Garland, A.R.C.S., B.Sc.(Hons.), F.I.C., M.I. Chem. E.

1887 Born in London, 23rd June, 1887.

Educated at Camberwell Grammar School, and Royal College of Science,

Works Manager, Volker Lighting Corporation.

1911 Charles Garland 65, retired, lived in Camberwell with Anne Garland 63, Charles Samuel Garland 23, chemist and works manager, incandescent mantle maker, Herbert George Garland 22, Leonard Garland 20, Jessie Agnes Garland 31, Eliza Beatrice Garland 30, Ethel Garland 25, Bertha Garland 18[1]

From 1916 Officer of the Society of Chemical Industry

Managing Director, Lighting Trades, Ltd.

1922-3 M.P. for Islington (South)

1923 Founded Stream-Line Filters, Ltd

From 1923 Officer of Institution of Chemical Engineers.

1925 Vice-President and Hon. Treasurer National Union of Manufacturers

1925-26 President, British Association of Chemists,

Managing Director:

Director, Thorium, Ltd.

By 1939 was Managing Director, Stream-Line Filters, Ltd., Ingate Place, Battersea, S.W.8. Career:

Chairman: Trinidad Oil Lands, Ltd., Caston and Co., Ltd., Metafiltration Co., Ltd., Silent Gliding Doors, Ltd., Stream Line Filters Ltd., Active Oxygen

Vice-President Soc. of Chem. Industry and Inst. of Chem. Engrs.

President British Assoc. of Chemists.

1961 Died in Bromley, Kent.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1911 census