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Reginald Frederick Long

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Reginald Frederick Long (1886- )

1922 M.C., A.M.I.E.E., Consulting Engineer, 19, Southampton Buildings, Chancery Lane. Home Address: May's Hill, Worplesdon, near Guildford. T. N.: Worplesdon 35. b. 1886. Ed. Thornton Heath School and Battersea Technical College. Articled to Laud Brothers and Co., Engineers, London. Manager, Engineering Department, W. J. Fryer and Co., London; Assistant, The Hong-Kong Electric Co., Hong-Kong; Chief Engineer, The China Light and Power Co., Kowloon, Hong-Kong; Reginald Long and Partners, London, consulting engineers (specialists in factory reconstruction). Member of Thatched House Club, St. James's Street. War Services.—Major, Royal Field Artillery, France, 1915-19; Hong-Kong Volunteer Artillery, 1909-15. Military Cross; twice wounded.

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