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Joseph H. Clarke

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Joseph H. Clarke (1882- )

1922 Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., A.M.E.I.C., Civil Engineer, 34, Castle Street, Liverpool. T. N.: Bank 1252. b. 1882. Ed. University of Liverpool. Divisional Engineer, A.Q. and W. Railway, Canada; Chief Engineer, St. Francis Valley Railway, Canada; Engineer for Construction of Paper and Pulp Mills, Sewage and Water Works, Canada. At present with John Clarke and Son, Mill Engineers, Liverpool. War Services.—Lieutenant, Cheshire Regiment to 1916, then with Ministry of Munitions and Aeronautical Inspection Department to 1919.

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