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Frank Oswald Reynolds

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Frank Oswald Reynolds (1880- )

1922 M.Inst.C.E., Engineer-in-Chief to the Asiatic Petroleum Co. (North China), Ltd., 1, The Bund, Shanghai, China. C. A.: "Reynolds, Doric, Shanghai." T. N.: Central 5599. b. 1880; s. of F. W. Reynolds, solicitor, London; m. Lilian, d. of D. A. Darling, Shanghai. Ed. Marlborough College. Engineering Training: With S. Pearson and Son, Ltd., under Sir Wm. Moir, Bart., M.Inst.C.E. Assistant on Great Northern and City Railway, 1900; Assistant Engineer, Taikoo Dock and Shipyard construction, Hong-Kong, 1904; the Asiatic Petroleum Co. (North China), Ltd., construction and maintenance work in North and Central China and Manchuria, 1908; Engineer-in-Chief since 1909. Chief Works: Kinkiang, Changsha, Ichang and Chungking installations; "Reynolds" automatic multiple filling machine; "Reynolds" drum filling machine. Publications: Papers read before Engineering Society of China; pamphlet, "Calibration of Large Vertical Tanks." President, Engineering Society of China, 1916-7. Clubs: Hong-Kong, Shanghai, Shanghai Country, Thatched House, etc. War Services.—Retained in China by instruction of H.M. Minister, Peking.

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