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Leslie Mark Ballamy

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Leslie Mark Ballamy (1903- ) M.Inst.P.I. Consulting Engineer.

1903 Born in London.

Educ: Michael Faraday.

1921 Technical assistant, Robert Hudson (Leeds), at Beaurainville, Pas-de-Calais

1922 service and repair fitter, Paris

1923-4 service and repair fitter, Aden (Besse and Co.

1924-8 commercial and fleet maintenance, J. H. Chapman, Clapham

1928-35 own business

1935-7 Director, L.M.B. Products, Ltd.

1937-46 Director, L. M. Ballamy, Ltd.

1946-55 Consultant, Admiralty, M.A.P., Ordnance contracts, during war period; Home Guard service;

1959 General Consultant, textile and industrial machinery, chassis and suspension design.

1959 Director, L. M. Ballamy (Components), Ltd.; Director, Lenett Motors (Bournemouth), Ltd.; Director, Ballamy Developments, Ltd.

1968 Consulting Engineer. Director, Ballamy Developments, L. M. Ballamy Enterprises, Ltd. Mechalink Patents, Weyford Finance, Merchant Inventors, Merchant Inventors International

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