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Meigh High Tensile Alloys

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Meigh High Tensile Alloys Ltd of Alma House, Rodney Road, Cheltenham

1937 Meigh High Tensile Alloys was a subsidiary of H. H. Martyn

1939 Charles H. Meigh was a Metallurgist, Specialist in Aluminum & Bronze, Director of Meigh High Tensile Alloys at Sunning Works Cheltenham[1]

1951 Meigh High Tensile Alloys Ltd was wound up[2]

1960 Charles Harold Meigh, managing director of Meigh Castings Ltd, was awarded an OBE[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1939 register
  2. The London Gazette 15 June 1951
  3. The London Gazette 27 December 1960