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Edward Whitten Rudd

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Edward Whitten Rudd (c1863-1939) of Peacocks, nr Ingatestone, Essex (1922).

c.1863 Born in Ireland[1]

1904 Edward Rudd was proposed for associate membership of the IMechE; described as engineer, London and South of England representative of T. Coulthard and Co Ltd, engineers, Preston, and 26 Page Street, Westminster[2]

Early 1900s Established E. W. Rudd, haulage contractors

1911 Living at Twickenham, a mechanical engineer

1922 Director of Scammell and member of the Institute of Transport

1939 Died 21st August aged 76. [3]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1911 census
  2. I Mech E archive
  3. The Times, Tuesday, Oct 24, 1939