Kathleen, I didn't have a first name for M Ingleby as I took the information from the ship's manifest and it only had an initial. However, I have looked up the register of births and fortunately Ingleby is a rare surname. There are only 2 M Ingleby's born around this time, both Maurices. One was born in 1902 in Durham and the other in 1903 in Ripon. It would have been the latter one who sailed with Howard Muzeen as he was born in Ripon and they were about the same age.
England & Wales, FreeBMD Birth Index, 1837-1915 about Maurice Ingleby Name: Maurice Ingleby Year of Registration: 1903 Quarter of Registration: Oct-Nov-Dec District: Ripon County: Yorkshire - North Riding, Yorkshire - West Riding Volume: 9a Page: 66 (click to see others on page)
I believe you have probably identified the Maurice Ingleby I am interested in. He migrated to Australia with my grandfather Howard Muzeen, also of Ripon, who subsequently remained the rest of his life in Melbourne.If you know of a descendant, they may know the reason why he emigrated with Howard.