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George Lancelot Eyles

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Sir George Lancelot Eyles (1849-1919), K.C.M.G., of the Croft, East Grinstead, and of 12, Dean's-yard, Westminster.

Railway engineer who worked in Ceylon and South Africa and elsewhere.

He was a Lieutenant-Colonel in the Engineers Railway Staff Corps.

1902 He was created C.M.G. [1]

1914 He was made K.C.M.G. [2]

1919 Died. Read his obituary in The Engineer 1919/03/21.

1921 Obituary [3]

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. The Engineer 1919/03/21
  2. The Engineer 1919/03/21
  3. 1921 Institution of Civil Engineers: Obituaries