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Ernest Terrell (1879- )
1922 M.Inst.M.M., Min., Metallurgical and Mech. Engr; Manager, Hemerdon Mines, Ltd., and Wheal Jewell and Marytavy Mines, Ltd.; Man. Dir., British Tungsten Mines, Ltd.; b. 1879; s. of Stephen Terrell, Gunnislake, Cornwall. Ed. Privately. Training: Camborne School of Mines. Career: 1907—Mngr., Stormadown Mines, Ashburton, and Wheal Friendship Mine, Marytavy; designed and erected Milling and Treatment Plants for Tin and Arsenic Recovery; 1916—Designed and supervised operation of large Alluvial and Dressing Plant for Tin and Wolfram Recovery on Bodmin Moor, 1917-18; designed and erected the Hemerdon Mine equipment, being the largest Wolfram Recovery Plant in Britain; specializes in all branches of Tin, Wolfram and Arsenic MM. Address: 8, Lockyer Road, Plymouth.