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Montagu, Stuart Albert Samuel, 1898-1990

  • GB-2014-WSA-12454
  • Person
  • 1898-1990

Montagu, Stuart Albert Samuel, 3rd Baron Swaythling, son of Louis, 2nd Baron Swaythling, and Gladys Helen Rachel Goldsmid OBE, d. of Col. Albert Edward Williamson Goldsmid MVO, asst Adjutant-Gen. S. Africa; b. 19 Dec. 1898; adm. from Clifton Coll. Apr. 1914 (G); left 1915; Grenadier Guards in WWI (Lieut); Trin. Coll. Camb., matric. 1919, BA 1921, MA 1926; succ. his father as 3rd Baron 11 June 1927; a banker and farmer; chairman local retail licensing committee London 1943-6; OBE June 1947; dir. Samuel Montagu & Co. Ltd 1951-4; JP Southampton 1928-48, Surrey 1948-80; Pres. English Guernsey Cattle Soc. 1950-1 and 1971- 2, Roy. Assn of Brit. Dairy Farmers 1970-2 and 1973-4; Master The Company of Farmers 1962-3; m. 1st 21 Apr. 1925 Mary Violet, d. of Maj. Walter Henry Levy DSO; 2nd 15 Aug. 1945 Jean Knox CBE, Dir. ATS, d. of G. G. Leith-Marshall; d. 5 Jan. 1990.

Yonge, Martin Godwin, 1921-1941

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  • Person
  • 1921-1941

Yonge, Martin Godwin, son of Ernest Adams Yonge, of Hendon, sometime music master at the school and at Eton, and Margaret Mary, d. of James Thomas Godwin; b. 12 July 1921; adm. Sept. 1934 (R); left Dec. 1938; Sgt Observer RAFVR; trained in S. Africa May to Dec. 1941; d. of cerebro-spinal meningitis on board ship to the Middle East 22 Dec. 1941.

Martin Godwin Yonge was born at Paddington, London on the 12th of July 1921 the only son of Ernest Adams Yonge, a music master at Westminster School, and Margaret Mary (nee Godwin) Yonge of 19, Shirehall Lane, Hendon in Middlesex. He was educated at Westminster School where he was up Rigaud’s from September 1934 to December 1938. He enlisted in the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve where he trained as an Observer and rose to the rank of Sergeant.
He is commemorated on the Runnymede Memorial Panel 55.

Richardson, Frederick Fales, 1918-1983

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  • Person
  • 1918-1983

Richardson, Frederick Fales, brother of Albert Butler Richardson (qv); b. 2 Aug. 1918; adm. May 1932 (R); left July 1936; Princeton Univ.; Esso Standard Oil Co. Bombay; m. 11 Dec. 1947 Piloo Rustem, d. of Rustem Khaikhusru Albless of Bombay; d. 9 July 1983.

Tasker, Theodore Henry Grant, 1920-2013

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  • Person
  • 1920-2013

Tasker, Theodore Henry Grant, brother of John Mellis Tasker (qv); b. 27 Apr. 1920; adm. Sept. 1933 (R); left Apr. 1938; de Havilland Aeronautical Tech. Sch. 1939-42; RNVR (A) 1942-6 (Sub-Lieut.); an aeronautical engineer, ARAeS 1946; de Havilland Aircraft Co. 1946-58; Avery Hardoll Ltd 1958-62; a civil servant 1962-84, MOD (Navy), retd 1984; m. 7 June 1947 Doreen Ellen, d. of James Frederick Davey of Swanage, Dorset; d. 10 May 2013.

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