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John Macdonald Henderson

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John Macdonald Henderson ( -1925), chairman and managing director of J. M. Henderson and Co

1925 Obituary [1]

JOHN MACDONALD HENDERSON died at his residence, Queen's Road, Aberdeen, on February 19, 1925.

He was chairman and managing director of the firm of J. M. Henderson & Co., Ltd. He gained his earlier experience in the business established by his late father, to which he succeeded. He specialised in hoisting and transporting machinery, in Blondin cable-ways for mines and quarries, and in cranes and stonework appliances.

He was elected a member of the Iron and Steel Institute in 1921.

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