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William Maylor (Junior)

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Hon. Major William Maylor, Assoc. M. Inst.C.E., Civil and Mech. Engr.

1861 Born eldest son of William Maylor and Mary Ellen Pemberton,

Educated at Wavertree Academy, Wavertree, near Liverpool; Hawthorn Hall, Wilmslow, Cheshire

1879-80 Crystal Palace School of Engineering

1881-2 Exe Valley Railway, Tiverton, Devonshire

1882 Went to India

1883 Assistant Engineer on the survey for the extension of the Madras Railway from Beypore to Calicut, Malabar Coast.

Assistant Engineer of the Malabar District Board.

1891 promoted Chief District Board Engineer of Malabar and Wynaad

1900 resigned through illness.

1902 Consulting civil engineer

WWI Major, 1st Battalion Worcestershire "National Reserve".

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