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Harold Moore (1890- )

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Harold E Moore (1890-) of Ormandy and Moore

1890 Born in Russia, son of Philip James Moore and his wife Betsy

1901 Living in Bolton with his grandparents

1906-10 College of Technology, Manchester

1910-11 University of Gottingen

1911-12 Manager, Brotherton and Co, tar distillers of Liverpool

1912-18 Chief chemist Mirrlees, Bickerton and Day, Hazel Grove. In charge of experimental laboratory.

1918 Partner in Ormandy and Moore, petroleum technologists, Manchester

Fellow of Chemical Society

1920 Consultant petroleum technologist, London and Manchester

1920 Became an Associate of the Inst Mech Eng.

1926 Became a Member I Mech E

1939 Living in Caterham, a consulting engineer in petroleum with May Moore[1]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1939 register
  • Mechanical engineer records