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1880 Born in Southsea, son of Alfred and Mary Morcom
Educated at Marlborough College and Clare College, Cambridge
1901 Workshop experience gained at Belliss and Morcom
1903 Spent 3 months working at Pratt and Whitney in Hartford, Connecticut
1904 Worked with the American Tool Co in Ohio followed by 3 months representing Belliss and Morcom in USA and Canada. Then became assistant works manager at the firm
c.1906 Married Gladys
1911 Works manager, building steam engines for power plant.
1915 Appointed a director of Belliss and Morcom
1917 Transferred to full membership of I Mech E; in charge of the electrical department of the firm