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E. B. Hugh-Jones

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E. B. Hugh-Jones (1890- )

1922 M.C., B.Sc., Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., Civil Engineer, Chevet Hey, Wrexham. b. 1890. Ed. Oundle, Northamptonshire; McGill University, Montreal. Resident Engineer on the construction of Intercolonial Railway of Canada; Agent and Engineer to Sir Robert McAlpine and Sons, public works contractors, on their work constructing railway and viaduct for British Dyes, Ltd., Manchester, and pipe line, filters, etc., at Alwen, North Wales, for Birkenhead Corporation, etc.; Managing Director, Rockwares, Ltd., Tongham, Surrey. War Services.—Commanded the 96th Field Company of the Royal Engineers. Military Cross. Twice mentioned in Dispatches.

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