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William Dixon Walsh

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William Dixon Walsh (1875- )

1922 A.M.I.Mech.E., A.F.Aer.Inst., First Engineer, Board of Trade, Purification of Trade Effluents, The Hollies, Salendine Nook, Huddersfield. T. A.: " Walsh, Longwood." T. N.: 120 Milnsbridge. b. 1875; s. of Rev. T. Inglis Walsh, Edinburgh. Ed. Wyggeston Grammar School, Leicester; Huddersfield College, and Huddersfield Technical School. Apprenticeship, 4 years, Thomas Broadbent and Sons, engineers, Huddersfield; 2 years, Pollit and Wigzell, engineers, Sowerby Bridge; 5 years Marine Engineer; 18 years Managing Director, Longwood Engineering Co., Ltd. War Services.—The manufacture of munitions.

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