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Clifton Macnee Keiller

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Clifton Macnee Keiller (1888-1968) of GWK

1908 February Began 3-year pupilage in the Engineer's office at Swindon Works[1]

J. Talfourd Wood was a pupil at Swindon at the same time

Later they formed GWK

1911 Living at Springfield, 19 Brackley Road, Beckenham, Kent: Catherine Keiller (age 60 born Hillhead, Glasgow), Widow. With her three children; Clifton Macnee Keiller (age 23 born Wimbledon), Engineer General; Eric Bell Keiller (age 21 born Wimbledon Park); and Leila Catherine Keiller (age 19 born Wimbledon Park). Two servants.[2]

1921 Married at Wandsworth to Doris M. Lorden

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. Great Western Railway - Register of Apprentices and Prospectives
  2. 1911 Census