In the early 1960s, a Jehovah's Witness named Max Hatton was living and working in Albany, a town on the southern coast of Western Australia. When he was challenged by SDA Geoff Rogerson, who lived in the nearby township of Denmark, about the Watchtower Society's neo-Babylonian chronology, Max investigated Geoff's claims.
After four years of intensive research, Max resigned his position as a "servant in the Organisation".
Max documented the result of his research, and his 77-page study is remarkable and deserves to be widely known. It is quite likely that the copies Max and I have are two of very few copies that now exist. Almost as rare as hen's teeth.
It is available at http://www.filesend.net/download.php?f=65fe2b9dbaed62103310b74e3e6e4923
I know that I said I would provide his work at a previous thread, but it deserves its own.
Max provides some of his correspondence with the WTS at the time at his site: http://www.users.bigpond.net.au/mhattonSDA/JEHOVAH'S%20WITNESSES%20AND%201914.htm