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James Elliot Taylor

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James Elliot Taylor (1887- )

1922 Lieut. R.E., F.C.S., M.Inst.Met.,. Chemist, H.M. Factory, Hereford; b. 1887; s. of George Taylor, Cadoxton, S. Wales. Ed. Bablake Sc. Sch., Coventry; University of Liverpool. Training: Pupil of J. E. Stacey Jones, B.Sc., Cons. Chemist, Coventry. Career: Chemist to Lang Pen Co., Liverpool, 1907-10; Subsidized Chemist to W. Australian Govt., 1910-14; at same time was Chemist to King's Sound Min. Co., and amongst the first to prospect for minerals in the foothills of the Leopold Mountains, N.W. Australia: Lieut. R.E. in H.M. Forces, 1914-20, when relegated to Reserve and transferred to War Office Staff. Address: H.M. Factory, Hereford.

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