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William Erskine Dommett

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William Erskine Dommett (1885- )

1910 of The Elms, Milner Road, Kingston-on-Thames.

1922 Capt. (R.A.F.), A.F.R.Ae.S., M.I.Mar.E., A.M.I.A.E., F.R.S.A., Wh. Ex., Cons. Engr.; b. 1885; s. of Thomas Richard Erskine Dommett. Ed. Devonport High School, Portsmouth Dockyard School, Royal College of Science. Training: H.M. Portsmouth Dockyard. Admiralty Prizeman, Mech. National Scholarship, Wh. Ex. Career: H.M. Portsmouth Dockyard; Examiner, H.M. Patent Office; R.N.A.S. and R.A.F. Aeroplane and Airship Construction Overseer; Director I.L. Syndicate, Mfrs. Magnetos and Dynamos; Cons. Engr., Varioplane Co., Ltd., Brooklands; Cons. Engr. and Designer, Simpson, Taylor, Ltd.; Designer of the Thor 15 H.P. Car; Lecturer in Eng., Surrey, and London Evening Tech. Inst. Publ.: "Petrol Engine Construction," " Motor Car Mechanism," "Submarine Vessels, Aeroplanes and Airships," "Metric Tables," "Draughtsman's Pocket Book," "Mathematical Tables." Address: 14, Cranes Park, Surbiton, Surrey.

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