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Maurice George Tweedie (c1884-1946) of the [[Great Western Railway]]
 
Maurice George Tweedie (c1884-1946) of the [[Great Western Railway]]
  
1884 Born in Middlesbrough the son of George Richard Tweedie, Analytical Chemist and Lecturer, and his wife Alice Mary Dunning
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1884 Born in Middlesbrough the son of [[George Richard Tweedie]], Analytical Chemist and Lecturer, and his wife Alice Mary Dunning
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1891 Living 54 Hawley Square, Margate, Kent: [[George Richard Tweedie|George R. Tweedie]] (age 33 born Fulham), Analytical Chemist and Lecturer. With his wife Alice M. Tweedie (age 36 born Redcar) and their two children [[Maurice George Tweedie|Maurice G. Tweedie]] (age 6 born Middlesbrough) and Hilda M. Tweedie (age 5 born Broadstairs). One servant.<ref>1891 Census</ref>
  
 
1911 'Train Lighting by Electricity' Paper published.
 
1911 'Train Lighting by Electricity' Paper published.

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Maurice George Tweedie (c1884-1946) of the Great Western Railway

1884 Born in Middlesbrough the son of George Richard Tweedie, Analytical Chemist and Lecturer, and his wife Alice Mary Dunning

1891 Living 54 Hawley Square, Margate, Kent: George R. Tweedie (age 33 born Fulham), Analytical Chemist and Lecturer. With his wife Alice M. Tweedie (age 36 born Redcar) and their two children Maurice G. Tweedie (age 6 born Middlesbrough) and Hilda M. Tweedie (age 5 born Broadstairs). One servant.[1]

1911 'Train Lighting by Electricity' Paper published.


1946 Obituary [2]

We note with regret the death of Mr. M. G. Tweedie, which occurred on August 21st. Mr. Tweedie, who was sixty-two years of age, was honorary secretary of the Institution of Railway Signal Engineers from 1921 till 1942. He retired from the signal department of the Great Western Railway in 1939.


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