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Arnold Horace Santo Waters

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1937. Bio Note.

Arnold Horace Santo Waters (1886- )

1937 Bio Note [1]

WATERS, Arnold Horace Santo, V.C. (1919), D.S.O. (1918), M.C. (1917); J.P., Sutton Coldfield, 1929; b. 1886, at Plymouth; s. of Rev. Richard Waters. Consulting Civil Engineer; member, Institutions of Civil Engineers, Mechanical Engineers, Structural Engineers, and Water Engineers; president, Inst. Struct. E., 1933-34: chairman, Birmingham and Sutton Coldfield War Pensions Committee, 1926-31; m. Gladys, d. of Rev. C. D. Barriball, Gravelly . Hill, 1925; two s. Address: Bracebridge Road, Sutton Coldfield, and 25, Temple Row, Birmingham.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1937-8 Birmingham Year Book