Boyle, Malcolm C (b Windsor, 1902 - d 1976)
Boyle was born in Windsor and as a boy served as a chorister at Eton College. He became an organ pupil of Sir Walter Parratt of St George's Chapel, Windsor. After taking his B.Mus. at Queen's College, Oxford, he became Assistant Organist to Sir Walford Davies at St George's. He also attended the Royal Academy of Music in London where he had been granted an organ scholarship.

In 1932 he became organist of Chester Cathedral and remained there until 1949 when he was appointed an Examiner for the Associated Board of Music. In this capacity he travelled widely to New Zealand, India, Hong Kong and the West Indies, He was chosen as one of a panel of specially co-opted musical adjudicators from Britain for Expo year in Canada.