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date: 25 August 2019

Warner, Sir Frederick Edward [Ned]locked

(1910–2010)
  • Peter Varey

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Warner, Sir Frederick Edward [Ned] (1910–2010), chemical engineer, was born on 31 March 1910 at 14 Prospect Terrace, Holloway, London, the eldest of three children of Frederick Warner, a Metropolitan Police detective, later a chief inspector, and his wife, Annie Elizabeth Ellen, née...

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Royal Society, London
(1849–)
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