Titterton

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George F. Titterton - Career History
... Titterton was a "watchdog" for the Navy's interests and created numerous memos documenting suggestions for improvement in the Grumman production process as was (and still is) typical of a ... Titterton joined Grumman on April 1, 1936 as a Project Engineer ... During his early years at Grumman, Titterton was the project engineer for both of Grumman's Gulfhawk models ...
Ernest William Titterton - Early Years
... Ernest William Titterton, was born of William Alfred and Elizabeth Titterton in Kettlebrook, Tamworth, UK, on 4 March 1916 ... Titterton's primary education began next door to the family home in Kettlebrook at a single-room school for infants, starting at the age of four ... At ten, Titterton won a scholarship to attend Queen Elizabeth's Grammar school (Tamworth), where he performed consistently well ...
Ernest William Titterton - To Australia
... In August 1950, Titterton was appointed Foundation Professor to the Chair of Nuclear Physics at the Australian National University ... For the next thirty years, Titterton held high positions on various science, defense and nuclear-related committees, institutes and councils in Australia ... Titterton was a strong public advocate of nuclear power for Australia ...
Frank Titterton
... Frank Titterton (31 December 1893, Handsworth – 24 November 1956, London) was a well-known British lyric tenor of the mid-twentieth century ... Titterton's career was mainly in the concert hall ... for example 12 December 1936 with Lilian Stiles-Allen, Gladys Ripley, Frank Titterton, Horace Stevens and 26 December 1943 with Joan Cross, Muriel Brunskill, Frank Titterton, Norman Lumsden ...