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G. S. Hasell

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G. S. Hasell (1889- )

1922 M.C., B.Sc.Eng. (Edin.), Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., Civil Engineer, Dalemain, Penrith, England. T. A.: " Stainton, Cumberland." b. 1889; s. of Canon Hasell and Mrs. Hasell (née Sinclair). Ed. Towers, Portinscale, Keswick; Rossall School; Cowans and Sheldon, Ltd., Crane Makers, etc.; Edinburgh University. Assistant with Sir John Jackson, Ltd. Chief Works (as Assistant in each case): Reconnaissance for Irrigation Works, etc., in Syria; Survey for Hydro-Electric Scheme and Railway at Rocky Rapids, Edmonton, Canada; Survey for Regulation of River Struma, Macedonia, Greece. War Services.—Subaltern, 113th Railway Construction Company, Royal Engineers, 1915; 2nd-Captain, 14th Railway Construction Company, Royal Engineers, 1916; Acting Adjutant, Railway Construction Engineering Communications, 1916; Commanded 262nd Railway Construction Company, Royal Engineers, 1917-9. Mentioned in Dispatches; Military Cross; Maicr 19T S.

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