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William Stanley Turner

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William Stanley Turner (1885- )

1922 A.M.I.Mech.E., Engineer Surveyor, 41, Rookfield Avenue, Muswell Hill, N.; b. 1885. Ed. City of London School; Battersea and Regent Street Polytechnics. Apprenticeship with Vauxhall Ironworks Co., Ltd., and Peter Brotherhood, Ltd. Five years as Sea-going Engineer with the Royal Mail Steam Packet Co., Ltd., first class and extra first class Board of Trade Certificates; assistant engineer to Hal Williams and Co, consulting engineers, London. Now Engineer Surveyor to Vulcan Boiler and General Insurance Co., Ltd., Manchester.

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