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Stanley Muirhead Haycraft (1890- )
1922 Lieut. R.E. (S.R.), M.C., Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., Civil Engineer, c/o Ministry of Public Works, Cairo; b. 1890; s. of S. W. Haycraft, Medmenham, Sutton, Surrey; m. Jean, d. of the late John Miller, Alloa, Scotland. Articled pupil, Erith Works, Vickers, Sons and Maxim, 1907-11; then Brighton Railway. Joined Egyptian Dredging Co., Cairo, in charge of dredging in Gharbieh Province on Lord Kitchener's scheme of drainage of Delta, 1913-5. Present Position: Assistant Director of Works, Irrigation, Egypt. Member of Turf Club, Cairo. War Services.—Officer-in-Charge Section, Camel Transport Corps, Suez Canal, 1915; Lieutenant, Royal Engineers (Special Reserve), 2nd Field Company Royal Engineers in France, 1915-7.