Grace's Guide is the leading source of historical information on industry and manufacturing in Britain. This web publication contains 148,124 pages of information and 233,665 images on early companies, their products and the people who designed and built them.
William Robert Coleridge Beadon (1876- )
1922 F.G.S., M.Inst.M.M., M.G.M.Inst. (India), Min. Engr.; representing John Taylor and Sons, in Burma; b. 1876; s. of Robert John Beadon, M.A., Barr.-at-law. Ed. St. Paul's Sch., W. Kensington. Training: Royal Sch. of Mines, S. Kensington. Career: 1897-8—Asst. Engr., "Drumlummon Mine," Montana Gold Min. Co., Marysville, Montana, U.S.A.; 1898-1907— Reduction Officer on the "Mysore" and "Ooregum " Gold Mines, Kolar Gold Field, Mysore, S. India; 1907-10— Private practice. and Management of various mining concerns in S. India (Manganese, Coal, etc.); 1910-13—Man. Wolfram Mines in Tavoy, Lower Burma; reporting on Gold, Tin, etc., in Burma; 1915—Examining old Gold workings in the Deccan for John Taylor and Sons; 1916-I8— Man. Wolfram Mines, Tavoy, Lower Burma; 191819—Private practice, Burma, and operating Wolfram and Tin Mines. Publ.: "Tavoy and its Wolfram Industry during the Past Decade" (August, 1918 ). (Published by the Govt. Printing Press, Rangoon ). Clubs: Royal Societies, St. James Street, S.W.; Pegu, Rangoon, etc. Address: Post Box, 103, Rangoon, Burma. T. A.: " c/o Scott, Rangoon."