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Henry Ashton-Hill

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Henry Ashton-Hill (1852- )

1922 M.Inst.C.E., Water E.; b. Nov. 11, 1852. Ed. Liverpool Coll. Articled to T. and T. Vicars, Mech. Engrs., Liverpool. Mar. Engr. afloat; charge of Gas affairs, Liverpool Corpn.; Engr. and Manager Gas and W. Works, Wallasey; Engr.-in-Chief, South Staffordshire Waterworks Co. (retired). Member Liverpool Polytechnic Soc., 1877-1914. Pres. 1914; Member Liverpool Geological Soc., 1899-1914, Vice-Pres., 1892-4; Member Birmingham Stu. Assoc. Inst.C.E., Pres., 1899. Address: 3, Hermitage Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham.

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