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Maudslay, Alfred Percival.
Adm. pens.
(age 18) at TRINITY HALL, Oct. 1868.
S. of J[oseph] [mechanical engineer], of London.
School, Harrow.
Matric. Michs. 1868; B.A. 1872; M.A. 1875.
Hon. Fellow, 1923.
Private secretary to William Cairns Governor of Trinidad, 1873; subsequently accompanied him to Queensland.
Joined the staff of Sir Arthur Gordon (later Lord Stanmore) in Fiji, 1875; their collections, now in the Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, form, with those of Baron Anatole von Hügel, the finest series from Fiji in existence.
Acting Colonial Secretary, Fiji, and Deputy Commissioner (Tonga and Samoa) and Acting Consul-General for the Western Pacific; retired, 1880.
Exercised a remarkable personal influence over the natives.
Went to Central America, 1881; twice visited Quirigua, a notable ruin in Guatemala; and, in 1883, aided by Mr Guintini, accomplished the task of photographing and taking casts of the monuments; also worked at Copan, Honduras, and later at Chichén Itzá in Yucatan, and at Palenque.
President of the Royal Anthropological Institute, 1912-13.
Hon. Professor of Archaeology of the National Museum of Mexico.
President of the International Congress of Americanists at their London Meeting, 1912.
Hon. Secretary of the Royal Geographical Society.
F.S.A. Hon. D.Sc., Oxford.
Hon. Fellow of the American Antiquarian Society.
President of the Royal Anthropological Institute, 1911-12.
An untiring and enthusiastic worker; saved many sites from destruction and inspired others to carry on the work.
Author, Biologia Centrali-Americana, etc.
Joint author (with his wife) of A Glimpse of Guatemala. Of Morney Cross, Hereford.
Died there, Jan. 22, 1931.
Brother of Eustace R. (1870); and of Walter H. (1863). (Who was Who; Cambridge Review, Feb. 6, 1931.)
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Maudslay, Alfred Percival
Approx. lifespan: 1850–1931
pens. aged 18 Trinity Hall adm1868:10
s. of J[oseph][mechanical engineer], of London
Sch: Harrow School Harrow, [ Middlesex]
Matric 1868:10MT: ;
BA 1872 ;
MA 1875
Hon. Fellow 1923
Private Sec. to: : William Cairns
Governor of: Trinidad [ West Indies] 1873 ;
subsequently accompanied him to Queensland, [ Australia]
Joined: the staff of Sir Arthur Gordon (later Lord Stanmore) Fiji 1875 ;
their collections, now in Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, form, with those of Baron Anatole von Hugel, the finest series from Fiji in existence.
Acting Colonial Sec.: Fiji, and
Deputy Commissioner: [(pl] Tonga and Samoa ) and
Acting Consul-General for: : W. Pacific ; retired1880
Exercised a remarkable personal influence over the natives.
Went to Central America 1881 ;
twice visited Quirigua, a notable ruin Guatemala [ Central America] ; and, in1883,
aided by Mr Guintini, accomplished the task of photographing and taking casts of the monuments; also worked Copan, Honduras [ Central America], and later at Chichen Itza Yucatan, [ Mexico], and Palenque, [ Mexico]
President of: : Sch: Royal Anthropological Institute ((/sch )) Royal Anthropological 1912-13
Hon. Professor of Archaeology of: : National Museum of Mexico
President of: : International Congress of Americanists at their London Meeting, [ London] 1912
Hon. Sec. of: : Royal Geographical Society

Hon. DSc OX
Hon. Fellow of: : American Antiquarian Society
President of: : Sch: Royal Anthropological Institute ((/sch )) Royal Anthropological 1911-12
An untiring and enthusiastic worker; saved many sites from destruction and inspired others to carry on the work.
Publ.: Biologia Centrali-Americana, etc.
Joint author (with his wife) of A Glimpse of Guatemala
Of Morney Cross Morney, Hereford, [ Herefordshire]
d. there 1931:01:22
brother of Maudslay, Eustace R. (1870)
brother of Maudslay, ; and of Walter H. (1863)
(Who was Who; CB Review 1931:02:06)

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