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James Frederick Bedford

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James Frederick Bedford Chartered Civil Engineer, M.Inst. C.E., M.Inst.M. & Cy.E., M.Inst. W.E.

M.R.San.I. Water Eng. for the Borough of Colne since 1909.

Member of the Panel of Civil Engrs., constituted under the Reservoirs (Safety Provisions) Act, 1930. Member of the Executive C 'tee of the British Waterworks Assoc. since 1920, and of the Standing C'tee of the Assoc. on Water Regulations. Outside interests: Cricket, Golf, and Masonry. Address: Borough Council Offices, Water Street, Colne, Lancs. (1939)

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