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Dorothy May Cridland

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Dorothy May Cridland (1903-1987)

1903 February 15th. Born in Edmonton, the daughter of Francis Edward John Cridland, an Analytical Chemist and Pharmacist. and his wife Louisa Mary Everingham.

Joined Leyland Motors

1964 President of the Women's Engineering Society

1987 May. Died in Maidstone.

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