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William Fleck Reynolds

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William Fleck Reynolds (1855- )

1922 M.I.Mech.E., Manager, Travers and Co., Engrs., Belfast, since 1897; b. 1855; s. of late James Reynolds, Proprietor, Linfield Foundry, Belfast. Ed. Royal Academical Inst., Belfast. App. with James Reynolds and Co., Linfield Foundry, subsequently Works Mngr., then Senior Partner; Manager, Robertson and Orchar, Dundee; Engr. in Ulster Steamship Co.'s steamers; Chief Engr., Robert Stewart and Sons, Flax Spinning and Thread Mills, Lisburn, Co. Antrim. Inventor and Patentee of many improvements in Textile Machinery; also many Tools and Devices for accurate and speedy production of Munitions during the late War. Address: Moy Rein House, Andersonstown, Belfast.

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