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Frank Sturdy Sinnatt

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Frank Sturdy Sinnatt (1880-1943)

1880 Born in Jersey the son of Frances Sinnatt, a Journalist.

1916 Worked at Municipal School of Technology, Manchester.

1920 With M. Barash published a document on Hoo cannels (as referred to in Lancashire to distinguish them from low-grade shales).

1920 Married in Manchester to Louis Midgley Badger

1943 Died in Greenwich, aged 62[1]



1943 Obituary [2]

...born in Jersey...Director of Research at the Fuel Research Laboratory of the Department of Scientific and Industrial Research, at Blackwall Lane, East Greenwich...


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