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Percy A. Spalding

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Percy A. Spalding (1883- )

1922 Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., A.M.I.E.E., Electrical Engineer, Engineer and Manager, Electricity Works, Dundalk. T. N.: 77 Dundalk. b. 1883; m. April 16,1910. Training: Three years at Finsbury Technical College; also Evening Classes, one year at King's College, and one year at University College. 1901-6—Chief Electrician, London and County Printing Works, Drury Lane, London. 1906-1I—Engineer and Manager, Galway Electric Co., Ltd., Galway, Ireland. 19119—Engineer and Manager, Dundalk Urban District Council; Electricity Supply Undertaking, Dundalk; also acted as Consulting Engineer to Dundalk Urban Council, and was responsible for extensions involving AA capital expenditure of over £30,000. Publications: Author of paper read before Students' Section of Institution of Civil Engineers, "Applications of Electricity in Printing Works"; also of paper read before Dublin Section of Institution of Electrical Engineers, "Small Electricity Supply Undertakings"; contributed articles to sundry technical journals. War Services.—Acted as District Engineer during Coal Economy Campaign, under Coal Controller, 1918.

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