John Alexander Chisholm Taylor
- Born 3 November 1890.
- Baptism 25 Feb 1891 at St Thomas, Werneth Oldham
Born on 3 November 1890, John Alexander Chisholm Taylor was the son of Thomas Taylor FRIBA (qv) of Oldham. He was educated at Sedburgh School where he remained until 1909 before commencing his architectural training. During World War I he served as a Captain in the Manchester Regiment: Egypt, 1914; Gallipoli, 1915; France, 1917-1918; Despatches, 1918; DSO, 1918; MC, 1918; MC, 1918; Bar, 1919. Hon Colonel Royal Artillery 1948.
After the war he was In partnership with Ernest Simister in Oldham. This partnership was dissolved 31 October 1937 after which he continued to work on his own account from the same address in Oldham. He was elected FRIBA in 1937.
1937 Taylor and Simister, Halifax Chambers, Yorkshire Street, Oldham
1937 J A Chisolm Tayor Halifax Chambers, Yorkshire Street, Oldham
1926 “Westdene”, Middleton near Manchester
1946 Brigadier John Alexander Chisholm Taylor, DSO, MC, TD, Archer Cottage, Middleton.
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