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John Cameron Black

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Captain John Cameron Black (1864- )

1922 Capt. (Royal Scots Grey's) , J.P M.I.Mar.E., M.N.A., Supt. Engr., Monarch Steamship Co., Ltd.; b. 1864; s. of Donald Cameron' Black. Ed. Blair Lodge, Stirlingshire. Training: Glasgow. Mem. Navy Records Soc., Mem. Soc. for Nautical Research, Chairman British Services Committee, The St. Andrew Soc. Clubs: Art, Glasgow; Northern Counties, Newcastle-on-Tyne, Conservative, Cardiff. Address: 45, West Nile Street, Glasgow. T. A. " Vernay, Glasgow." T. _V.: Central 8671, 8672, 8673.

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