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George Herbert Bowden

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George Herbert Bowden A.M. I. E. E.

1939 Change-of-Frequency Engr. for SWE and SW Area of Central Elec. Board, Grid House, Oakfield Road, Bristol, 8. Private address: 57, Lake Road, Henleaze, Bristol.

Career: Powell Duffryn Associated Collieries, Ltd., nr. Cardiff; Newcastle-upon-Tyne Electric Supply Co., Ltd.; Power Stations and Power Consumers' Dept.; Tech. Elec. Engr., Bolckow Vaughan Group of Brickworks, Coke Ovens and Collieries, Ferryhill, Co. Durham; present appointment since 1930.

Invention: Remote summation of meter registrations.

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