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Henry Coker

(1919—1979)


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COKE, Henry John (1827 - 1916), JP

Coker, Henry (1919 - 1979), trombonist

SWAN, Henry Frederick (1842 - 1908), Hon. Colonel 2nd Volunteer Battalion Northumberland Fusiliers, Commandant 1875–1902; Director Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth, and Co., Ltd; Weardale Steel, Coal, and Coke Co., Ltd; Wallsend Slipway and Engineering Co.

LOUIS, Henry (1855 - 1939), Secretary N. of Eng. Inst. Min. and Mech. Eng.; Consulting Mining and Metallurgical Engineer; Consulting Engineer to numerous Mining and Metallurgical Companies; Past President and Bessemer Medallist, Iron and Steel Institute; Past President, Institution Min. Eng. and Hon. Foreign Sec., medal of Inst., late delegate to Empire Congress of Mining and Metallurgy; Delegate to FABI at Brussels, and to International Congress of Mining, Metallurgy, and Applied Geology at Liege; Delegate of the North of England Institute of Mining and Mechanical Engineering to the Centenary of the Geological Survey, 3 July, and to the International Congress of Mining, Metallurgy and Applied Geology in Paris, Oct. 1935; Delegate of Inst. CE to 75th Anniversary Celebration of Swedish Institute of Engineers, Stockholm, May 1936; Past Vice-President Institute Min. and Met.; Fellow of the Imperial College of Science and Technology; Member Inst. Met.; Hon. Member Coke Oven Managers’ Association; Past President, Soc. Chemical Industry; Hon. Member Soc. Chim. Industrielle and Amer. Iron and Steel Inst.; Senior Member Amer. Inst. Min. and Met. Eng.; Legion of Honor 1888 Class; Emeritus Professor of Mining; ex-President Royal School of Mines (Old Students) Association; Professor of Mining, 1896–1923, and William Cochrane Lecturer on Metallurgy, Armstrong College, University of Durham

 

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B. 24 December 1919, Dallas, Texas, USA, d. 23 November 1979, Los Angeles, California, USA. Coker’s first professional engagement, in 1935 playing the trombone, was with a band led by ...

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