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Emile Beaumont D'erlanger

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Baron Emile Beaumont D'Erlanger (4 June 1866 – 24 July 1939) was a merchant banker.

1891 Became a naturalised British subject

1900 Director, New General Traction Co., Ltd

Lived in Falconwood, Woolwich, near Shooters Hill, south-east London, and also at 139 Piccadilly, the former home of Lord Byron. Later moved to America and lived in Beverly Hills.

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