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Biographical entry Gabriel, Gordon Escott (1885 - 1964)

Born
27 September 1885
Ballarat, Victoria, Australia
Died
11 August 1964
Occupation
Mining engineer

Summary

Gordon Escott Gabriel worked for the New South Wales Department of Mines 1930-52, being appointed Inspector of Mines in 1934. After his retirement from the Department he worked as a Consulting Mining Engineer and Director of Tullabong Tin Syndicate.

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1911
Education - Educated Sydney Technical College (A.S.T.C.)
1912 - 1913
Education - Studied Mine Manager's Certificate at Cobar, Broken Hill and Emmaville, New South Wales
1914 - 1919
Career position - War Service with the 1st Light Horse and 12 Field Co. of the Australian Engineers
1916
Award - Military Medal
1919 - 1923
Career position - Experimental Metallurgist, then Chief Assayer, at Junction North Mine Broken Hill
1924 - 1930
Career position - Manager of the South Comet Lead and Zinc Mine
1930
Career position - Joined the New South Wales Department of Mines
1934 - 1952
Career position - Inspector of Mines for the New South Wales Department of Mines
1940 - 1942
Career position - War service with the Royal Australian Engineers
c. 1952 -
Career position - Consulting Mining Engineer and Director of Tullabong Tin Syndicate

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