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Edward Almond Jackson

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Edward Almond Jackson (c1886- ) J.P., M.I.A.E., F.I.M.T., of E. W. Jackson and Son

Passed through Drawing Office and Design Office; worked on Motor Car and Internal Combustion Engines, also Metallurgical work.

1911 Living at Highcliffe, Doncaster: Edward Walker Jackson (age 56 born Morley), Retired Cloth Merchant and Manufacturer. With his wife Emma Maria Jackson (age 56 born Leeds) and their two children Rachel Jackson (age 30 born Leeds) and Edward Almond Jackson (age 25 born Doncaster), Motor Engineer - Employer. Four servants.[1]

Designed and made special machines for preparation of specimens for Micro-Examination of Metals; in charge of Gear cutting Shops, and general Machine Shop work.

WWI Served in R.A.F. working on engines and in charge of workshops overseas

1939 Chairman and Managing Director, of E. W. Jackson & Son, Ltd.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1911 Census