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Arthur Nayler

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1872 Born in Islington son of Thomas Nayler[1]

1881 Thomas Nayler 44, engineer (employing 6 men and 2 boys), (b. Lincoln), lived in Hereford, with Charlotte Turner 32, Thomas W. Nayler 16, apprentice civil engineer, George Nayler 12, Arthur Nayler 9[2]

1901 Mechanical engineer, living in Hereford, with Kate Ellen Nayler 30, Thomas A Nayler 3, Edwin B Nayler 1[3]

1907 Patent on Steam Motor-Vehicles with his brothers Thomas and George

1911 Secretary, general engineers, worker, lived in Broomy Hill, Hereford, with Kate Ellen Nayler 42, Thomas Arthur Nayler 13, Edwin Bennet Nayler 11, William George Nayler[4]

1911 Thomas William Nayler, George Nayler and Arthur Nayler patented improvements in grinding mills for mortar

1913 Thomas William Nayler, George Nayler and Arthur Nayler patented improvements in fuel injection apparatus for internal combustion engines

1943 Died in Bristol[5]


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Sources of Information

  1. BMD
  2. 1881 census
  3. 1901 census
  4. 1911 census
  5. National Probate calendar