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Thomas Bowyer-Bower

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Captain Thomas Bowyer-Bower

1922 Capt. R.E., M.Inst.C.E., M.Inst.M.M., F.R.G.S., Civil and Min. Engr.; Partner, Bowyer-Bower and Chater; Director, Eng. Agency, Ltd.; s. of the late Major-General H. Bower. Ed. Hawtrey's; Crystal Palace Sch. of Eng. Training: Caledonian Rly. Works, St. Rollox, Glasgow; South Staffordshire Mines Drainage; E. Daniels, Harbour and Rly. Contractor. Asst. Engr. and Surveyor, Oceana Transvaal Land Co., S. Af.; General Manager of Sitali River Mine; Engr. to R. Williams, Johannesburg; General Manager, Marie Louise Gold Mining Co., Johannesburg; Chief Engr. to J. C. A. Henderson, Johannesburg, Managing the Violet Cons. Mines, Ltd., Komdrai Min. Co., Ltd.; General Manager and Chief Engr., -Nederlandsch Indishe Mynbow Maatschappij Celebes Palehleh Mines; London and Coolgardie Explorers, Ltd., Western Australia; Ashanti Goldfields Corpn., Ltd., W. Af.; and Ashanti Rivers and Concessions, Ltd.; compiled Ordnance Survey Maps for Government for South African War; in private practice; reporting on the districts of Antrona and Evancon, "N. Italy; Graphite Mines of Ceylon; Gem Min. of 'Ceylon; Kong Haarkon Gold Mines, Norway; 'Copper Mines, N. Wales; 1915-19, Capt. R.E. Address: 66, Victoria Street, Westminster, S.W.r. T. A.: " Drillistic, Sowest, London."

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