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Names on a green background are those with whom I have been in contact. Some names I do not properly remember. There are many people I have missed out - apologies for that but if you can help fill in the gaps, please contact me.
|Anchor House, 22 Duncan Terrace|
|Jim Westwood||Sept 1963|
|Clive's first engineer, remained with Clive Sinclair for many years. Last known was working for ARM Ltd. Jim Westwood has a Wikipedia entry and a page on the Register.|
|Clive's first secretary|
|Richard Torrens||11 Nov 1943||October 1964||April 1975|
|See my mini-biography. I founded 4QD Ltd. and wrote www.4qdtec.com|
|Martin Wilcox||Feb 1965||1973|
|With Wes Ruggles founded Tate Audio in USA|
|Comberton village hall||July 1964|
|Nigel & Audrey Kember||Dec 1962 (CCL - Histon Road)|
|22 Newmarket Road 28 Jan 1966|
|Chris Curry||28 Jan 1946||April 1966||1979|
|Founded Acorn Computers Ltd, in 1979, which in turn spawned ARM Ltd|
|Lindsey Lloyd||April 1966|
|Chris Curry says "He worked for an electrical maintenance firm for many years and moved to Leicester where he married a Swedish girl and became a very respectable family man who at one time took up God seriously, Later he moved to Scandinavia and the last time I saw him he was back in England in Norfolk. We attended together the funeral of a mutual friend Sammy Singh four years ago and he gave me his phone number but though it appears to ring, No message or call has ever elicited an answer. We suspect he is no longer with us as he had had several heart operations by then."|
|Wesley Ruggles, Jr.||September 1967||December 1971|
|With Martin Wilcox founded Tate Audio|
|Keith Ivor Pauley||May 1947||1967?|
|Founded Thandar Electronics (1989) and is now Thurlby-Thandar production director|
|John Thurlby Nichols||June 1947||1968?|
|Formed Thurlby Electronics which amalgamated with Thandar to become Thurlby-Thandar Ltd|
|71 Fitzroy Street|
|Josie Fairbairns||was my secretary|
|Dave Park||Summer 1969|
|Sales manager, later director. Joined Acorn computers in 1983.|
|Bob Bayham's secretary|
|Brian Flint||Jan 1971||1981 (Sinclair Research)|
|Read his interview and watch his YouTube talk|
|Started Number One Systems Ltd. Now runs Eastern Yachts. He says |
"I enjoyed working for Sinclair from 1972 (I remember being the 48th or 49th employee!) through to 1978. I worked for around a year on a one-chip six-digit calculator design. Clive got cold feet on it and others started to come out with 8 digits! I then transferred to the mini TV program. Bit of a bugger really as I left Texas Instruments to get away from TV work!"
|Russ says: "I was Sinclair's first Marketing manager, brought on board for the launch of the pocket calculator in 1972. I did this for about 12 months, then became general manager of the HiFi division, until I left towards the end of 1974 to go to Malawi to be the MD of the "Nzeru Radio Company". After a couple of years out there I recruited Richard Howes around 1977 to join me on the technical side. I left there in 1978 and took a variety of CEO positions in companies such as GEC, both in the UK and Zimbabwe, until I set up on my own in the late 80's as a design consultant. I still run my own company, Sheldon Reed Inspectors, specialising in energy conservation consultancy."
Russ also has a hobby site In Venue Recording.
|Nigel Penton Tilbury||1979?|
|Formed Tangerine Computer Systems with Dr Paul Johnson and Mark Rainer|
|was my secretary.|
|Mark (George) Rainer||1979?|
|Formed Tangerine Computer Systems with Dr Paul Johnson and Nigel Tilbury.
Became a Huntingdonshire District Councillor in 2001.
|Employed to answer customer technical enquiries. Was of Howes Cycles of Cambridge which closed 2013. Rick left Sinclair to work for Russ McAnulla.|