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A. F. Berry

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Arthur Francis Berry

1875 Born in Slawston, Leics

1881 Robert Kendall Berry 46, grazier, lived in Slawston, with Mary Rose Berry 34, Elizabeth Berry 12, Mary Emma Berry 8, Robert Ernest Berry 7, Arthur Francis Berry 5, George Berry 4, William Berry 3, Thomas Letts Berry 1[1]

1892 Apprenticed in electrical engineering; trained at Faraday House

1893 Became a student member of the Institution of Electrical Engineers, of the London Electric Supply Corporation.

1895 Filed his first patent for improvements in transformers

1898 Said to have been "for many years on the staff of the London Electric Supply Corporation". Now was managing engineer to the British Electric Transformer Manufacturing Co[2]

By 1900 his address was Globe Works, Harrow Road, Middx., when he filed a patent on "electric welding or metal working apparatus" with Reginald John Wallis-Jones.

1901 Electrical engineer, worker, lived in Ealing with Ethel Berry and Arthur Berry[3]

1901 Filed a patent on electrical transformers with the British Electric Transformer Manufacturing Co of Globe Works.

1901 Filed a patent on electrical transformers with George Berry and the British Electric Transformer Manufacturing Co.

1911 Arthur Francis Berry 35, electrical engineer, employer, lived in Ealing with Ethel Lilian Berry 37, Arthur William Berry 10[4]

1958 Died in Brighton[5]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1881 census
  2. The Engineer 1898/11/25
  3. 1901 census
  4. 1911 census
  5. national Probate calendar
  • Electrical Engineer Lists