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Angus Charles Marjoribanks Maitland

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Angus Charles Marjoribanks Maitland (1887-1986)

1887 Born in Ceylon the son of George Keith Maitland

1901 Boarder at Beaumont College, Windsor.[1]

1904 Climbed the Matterhorn

1905 Designed a car produced by Robinson and Hole

Reputedly a motorcycling champion

1908 Mentioned. Angus Charles Maitland, of Bournemouth, driving a motor car too fast.[2]

1911 Living at Gorse Mount, Grayshott, Haslemere, Surrey: Theresa Mary Maitland (age 60 born Inverness-shire), Widow. With her son Angus C. Maitland (age 24 born Bogowantalawa, Ceylon), Motor garage proprietor - Own account. Two servants.[3]

1914 Mentioned. Angus Charles Maitland and John Joseph Hugh Locksdale, motor engineers.[4]

Married Mary Bridgid O'Callaghan daughter of Thomas O'Callaghan of Claremorris

Opened Beacon Hill Motor Works

Later an engineer at Westland Aircraft

1946 Patent. Charles Marjoribanks Maitland and Eric Dudley Bannister, Yeovil, England, assignors to Westland Aircraft. Pressure release valve.[5]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1901 Census
  2. Western Gazette - Friday 04 September 1908
  3. 1911 Census
  4. Surrey Advertiser - Saturday 14 February 1914
  5. [ Google patents