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Hamish Ferguson

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Hamish Ferguson (1904-1955)

1955 Obituary [1]

Hamish Ferguson, which occurred on May 28th, in hospital at the Hague, Holland, while he was attending the International Internal Combustion Engine Congress.

Mr. Ferguson, who was born in 1904, received his early training with the English Electric Company, Ltd., and was later a member of a firm of consultants.

In 1944 he became secretary of the Diesel Engine Users' Association, a post which he relinquished in March, 1954, following a long illness

He returned to private consulting work, and founded a company, Diesel Technical Services, to cater for the requirements of potential users of diesel engines and gas turbines, and also continued his work as London correspondent to the American technical journal Diesel Progress.

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