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James Alfred Peacock

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James Alfred Peacock (1890- )

1922 Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., Mechanical Engineer, Glen Royd, Scunthorpe, Lincs; b. 189o. Apprenticeship served with Kitson and Co., Ltd., Leeds, locomotive builders. Experienced in modern steel works practice, having served on the staff of The Frodingham Iron and Steel Co., Ltd., The Appleby Iron Co., Ltd., and Samuel Fox and Co., Ltd.; now on the Staff of Philip Peacock and Co., Heywood. War Services.—Served as dispatch rider, Royal Engineers, during the early part of the war, and was commissioned; then serving as Lieutenant, Royal Engineers, and as a Division Officer Royal Engineers.

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