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date: 13 May 2021

Menter, Sir James Woodham [Jim]locked

(1921–2006)
  • A. J. Forty

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Menter, Sir James Woodham [Jim] (1921–2006), physicist, industrialist, and university administrator, was born at Oxford House, Lynsted, near Sittingbourne, Kent, on 22 August 1921, the only son of Horace Menter, railway signalman, and his wife, Jane Anne, née Lackenby, nurse. He had two older sisters, ...

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