George Marshall Callender
1859 William Ormiston Callender (1827–1908), a commission merchant, and his wife, Jean, née Marshall, the daughter of a Greenock tanner and their family moved to Hammersmith, London.
1871 Living in London with his siblings but not his parents (at census date)
1880 Apprenticed with the Compagnie Generale des Mines d'Asphalte; worked on road construction, erection of buildings and asphalt laying.
1889 Worked in New York with Callender Insulating Co
1892 Consulting engineer in Vancouver
1896 Established Messrs G. M. Callender and Co, in London; bitumen manufacturer and water-works engineers
1901 Civil engineer
1903 Proposed for membership of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, of 25 Victoria St, London.
1923 Died in Brentford
Sources of Information
- Wicks of Stockwell tree on Ancestry
- 1901 census
- I Mech E records on Ancestry