C. F. Dendy Marshall

Chapman Frederick Dendy Marshall (15 November 1872 – 14 June 1945) was an English railway historian, best known for his works on the Southern Railway and its precursor companies; on the Liverpool and Manchester Railway; and on early railways and locomotives to 1831. He was also a noted philatelist who was a specialist in the stamps and postal history of Great Britain.

In 1928, Dendy Marshall was awarded the Crawford Medal by the Royal Philatelic Society London for his work ''The British Post Office from its Beginnings to the End of 1925''.

Dendy Marshall was a member of the Royal Aeronautical Society and the Institution of Locomotive Engineers. He was also the holder of one of the first British driving licences. Provided by Wikipedia
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