He had various other (sometimes) overlapping roles with Anglo-Ceylon:
- 1934 and 1938: acted as General Manager;
- 1937: appointed as Assistant General Manager;
- 1939-1945: ‘Visited’ (sounds like a formal supervisory/inspection role) Anglo-Ceylon estates;
* Additionally he had roles with other tea companies as Visiting Agent:
- St Coombes 1937-1945
- The East India & Ceylon Tea Co. Ltd.’s estates 1938-1943. I note that as at 1930 your website lists the estates the company owned as Blackwater and Mahaousa.
Info from maternal grandson Peter Chapman