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George Griffin Eady

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George Griffin Eady (1866- )

1922 O.B.E., M.Inst.C.E., F.R.G.S., etc.; Weylea, Burpham, Surrey; b. 1866; s. of late Edward Angell and Alicia Peel Eady; m. Lilian, d. of late Major-General J. C. Millar. Engaged on Engineering Works in various parts of the world; Consulting Civil Engineer in Westminster; joined Sir John Jackson, Ltd. (Constructional Engineers and Contractors), becoming Director of Sir John Jackson (Turkey), Ltd., with residence in Constantinople. In connection with the Mesopotamia, Irrigation Works and for other services to his Government, the Sultan of Turkey conferred on him (prewar) the Second Class of the Medjidieh Order. Club: St. James's, Piccadilly; County Club, Guildford. War Services.—Commander, R.N.V.R., attached to Naval Intelligence Division; served in many parts of Europe. O.B.E.; Second Class of the Crown of Italy (Commendatorre del' Ordere della Corona d'Italia); Fourth Class of the Order of the White Eagle of Servia.

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