William Carlaw Gray
William Carlaw Gray (c1891-1931) of Henry Wiggin and Co
1931 Obituary 
WILLIAM CARLAW GRAY, Vice-Chairman of the Birmingham Local Section of the Institute, died on May 14, 1931, of double pneumonia, in his forty-first year.
Before the war, Mr. Gray was a lecturer in metallurgy at the Glasgow Technical College, and later became associated with Messrs. Henry Wiggin & Co., Ltd., being appointed works manager first at their Newtown Row works and subsequently at Wiggin Street.
For some years he had taken an active part in the work of the Birmingham Metallurgical Society, and it was only in December that he retired from the presidency. During the war, Mr. Gray served in France and Palestine, and in 1915 he received a commission in the 3rd Bn. Highland Light Infantry.
Mr. Gray was elected a Member of the Institute of Metals on March 9, 1925.