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Coal Supply

HARGREAVES, John Henry (1856 - 1934), JP; senior partner J. H. Hargreaves & Son, coal merchants, managing director Hull Coal Supply Association

Pease, Joseph Albert (1860 - 1943), PC, 1908; JP, DL; Deputy Chairman of the Durham Coal Owners Association and Vice-Chairman of the Durham District Board (under Mines Act 1930); Director of Pease and Partners, Ltd; and other Colliery Companies; Chairman of Durham Coke Owners; Director of the County of London Electric Supply Company, Ltd; Chairman of South London Electric Supply Co.; late Chairman of the Tees Fishery Board; Chairman of the Trustees of the Bowes Museum

GREENLY, John Henry Maitland (1885 - 1950), Chairman, since 1937 and Director, since 1929, Babcock & Wilcox, Ltd; Director: Power Securities Corp., Ltd, Cape Asbestos Co., Ltd, Phoenix Assurance Co. Ltd; Chairman, British Non-Ferrous Metals Research Association, 1937–49; Member of Advisory Council to Committee of Privy Council for Scientific and Industrial Research, 1937–43; Member, Industrial Advisory Panel to Air Ministry, 1938–39; Chairman, Prime Minister’s Advisory Panel of Industrialists on Rearmament, 1938–39; Controller-General, British Supply Board in Canada and USA, 1939–40; Deputy Chairman and Administrator, Fire Prevention Executive, 1941–45; Member, National Advisory Council for Fire Prevention, 1941–45; Vice-Chairman, Fire Prevention (Operational) Committee, 1941–45; Member, Fuel Research Board, 1942–47; President, Institute of Metals, 1942–44. Past President (1938–41) and Fellow, Institute of Fuel; Chairman, Coal-Burning Appliances Joint Consultative Board, 1936; Member of Council, British Coal Utilisation Research Association, 1938–46; Member, Provisional General Purposes Committee, Coal Utilisation Joint Council, 1939–46; Member, Fuel and Power Advisory Council, 1944–46; Member of Council, British Welding Research Association, 1946–50

 

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