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Thomas William Nayler

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Thomas William Nayler (1865-1920) of Nayler and Co

1865 Born in Charmouth, Devon, to Thomas Nayler, a Barrister's Clerk.

1871 Thomas Nayler 34, barrister's clerk, (b. Lincoln) lived in Islington, with Maria F Nayler 33, Thomas W Nayler 6, Dora I Nayler 4, George Nayler 2, Frank R Nayler 4 Months, Thomas Nayler 71, Charlotte Turner 23[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]

1891 Charles Russell 58, millwright and machinist, employer, lived in Hereford with Emma Russell 56, Evangeline Russell 22, his son-in-law Thomas W Nayler 26, mechanical engineer, employer, (b. Paddington), Emily Nayler 24, Cyril A Nayler 1 month[3]

1893 Patent with Henry Hatton on improved method of smoking and fumigating hops and other crops

1896 Patent on methods of vapourisers for oil motors

1897 Patent on driving mechanism for the axles of motor vehicles

1899 of Nayler and Co, patent on improvements in oil engines

1901 Mechanical Engineer and Employer, lived in Hereford with Emily Nayler 34, Cyril A Nayler 10, Evangaline A C Nayler 2[4]

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

1911 Living at 15 Breinton Road, Wyelands, Hereford: Thomas William Nayler (age 44 born Charmouth, Devon), Mechanical Engineer - Employer. With his wife Emily Nayler (age 42 born Hereford) and their two children Audray Chaplin Nayler (age 11 born Hereford) and Constance Ida Nayler (age 9 born Hereford).[5]

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

1920 Died in Hereford[6]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1871 census
  2. 1881 census
  3. 1891 census
  4. 1901 Census
  5. 1911 Census
  6. BMD