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Sir Charles Bright and Partners

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1921 Formed by Sir Charles Bright, Mr A. Hugh Seabrook, (late Chief Engineer and General Manager to the St Marylebone, London and other electric supply under-takings), Mr A. J. Stubbs (late Assistant Engineer-in-Chief to the HM Post-Office) and Lieut-Col H. W. Woodall (Director and Consulting Engineer of gas and water companies). Offices were at 146, Bishopsgate, EC2.[1]

1923 Sir Charles Bright withdrew from the board of Sir Charles Bright and Partners. The company, kept its name but Mr Bright had no further association with its activities.[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. The Engineer 1921/10/07
  2. The Engineer 1923/09/21