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Frederick Robert Boothman

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Frederick Robert Boothman (c1897-?) A.M.Inst.C.E., A.M.Inst. W.E., A.M. Inst.M. & Cy.E.

1939 Asst. Engr. since 1921, Oldham Corp. Waterworks, Piethorne, nr. Rochdale. Private Address: Berwyn, New Hey, Rochdale. Age: 42.

Career: Manchester Coll. of Tech.; Trained as Mech. Engr. in Machine Tools, 1911 to 1921; Brayshaw Furnaces and Tools Ltd., 7 years; John Holroyd and Co., Ltd., Milnrow, 3 years.

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