|Official positions held:|
|FR Co. Director||22.10.1914 - 1918(?)|
|FR People | WHR People|
Born Edinburgh 1854, died c1920.
Robjent read up on Frederick Vaughan's contract and deemed his position as a director was vacant, so he promptly nominated John Macaulay as a director. In the 1901 Census Macaulay was described as a Railway & Docks Manager, living in Monmouthshire.
His appointment was the subject of heated debate, and he eventually replaced G.W.O. Huddart who resigned on 22nd October 1914.
In February 1916 he undertook a review of the company.