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John Wilmott Marshall (1905- ), presumably of Marshall, Drew and Co
1905 January: Born in Simla, Bengal, India, son of John Hubert Marshall, archaeologist, and his wife Florence Elsie
1911 Florence Ellen Marshall 37, Marie Antionette Marshall 58, John Wilmott Marshall 5, Margaret Annie Marshall 3 were visitors in Torquay
1915-21 Educated at Worthing prep school and Haileybury College
1921 Travelled to India, a school boy
1925-27 Attended Cambridge University studying engineering; graduated B.A. Eng.
1926 Vacation work at A. Ransome and Co, tool room practice
1927-8 Working at H. R. Ricardo and Co, Shoreham, on I.C. engine research and testing
1928-31 Assistant transportation officer, Bengal-Nagpur Railway
1931-2 With Amherst Villiers Airmotors, West London, on factory design, aero-engine test plant and machine tools.
1932 Working as an internal combustion engineer, at Pembridge Crescent, London, on design, manufacture and marketing a range of superchargers and high speed i.c. engines.
1932 Proposed for membership of I Mech E but the committee did not put forward a motion for membership.
1933 Patent on improvements in superchargers for use with internal combustion engines.
1939 Living in Pembridge Crescent, London, Setter & Cam Designer, B & S Automatics
1945 Married Daphne Eleanor Black in Lunesdale
1951 An industrial consultant when he arrived in London from Beira with Daphne Eleanor Marshall, 32
1954-66 Several patents on rotary machines, compressors, pumps and engines (of Weybridge and later of Royston).