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James Benet Bennett

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James Benet Bennett (c1908-?) A.M. Inst.C.E.,

1939 Associate Manchester College of Technology, Testamur Institution of Municipal and County Engineers. Chief Engineering Assistant, City Engineer's Office, 63, Queen Street, Bristol, 1. Private address: "Four Winds," The Crescent, Henleage, Bristol. Age: 31.

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