Loughnan St Lawrence Pendred
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He was born in 1870, the son of Vaughan Pendred, who preceded him as editor, and he died in 1953, by which time the editorship had passed to his own son, Benjamin Pendred. In all, the Pendred family were editors of The Engineer for more than a century (102 years to be exact).
In 1930, Loughnan Pendred was president of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers.
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