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    Rob McKenzie
    Wednesday, August 10 2011 @ 04:21 PM
    Contributed by: A.C.Green I am hoping someone out there may be able to help me track down an early BHP Chief Engineer. Henry John Garnet McKenzie (Mackenzie) k/a Rob after whom a street in Whyalla is named. Doing a family history for someone who has no other info. on him at all. Believe he died before 1934. Born Launceston his father was an engineer and manager of Salisbury Engineering Co.

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