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Ernest Travers

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Ernest Travers (1860- )

1922 M.I.Mech.E., Mechanical Engineer (Engines, Finishing Machinery and General Repairs), c/o Travers and Co., Springfield Road, Belfast. T. A.: "Travers, Belfast." T. N. 573 Belfast. b. 1860; s. of General E. A. B. Travers, Madras Staff Corps; m. d. of Rev. J. Black, Dundalk, Ireland. Ed. Colage Galliard, Lausanne, Switzerland, and privately, England. Most of his time abroad. Many years in Australia on the erection of Swallow's sugar mills, also Lorridan's in Queensland, and on several gold mines. Now member of firm, Travers and Co. Member of the Ulster Club, Belfast. War Services.—Travers and Co. manufactured shells, hand grenades and aeroplane parts.

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