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Harold Vezey Strong

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1894 Born in Lambeth[1], son of John E Strong, a printer, and Eliza Strong[2]; nephew of Thomas Vezey Strong, later Lord Mayor of London.

1901 John E Strong 46, Eliza Strong 31, Harold Strong 7 lived in Kennington[3]

WWI Served in the Devonshire Regiment, and the Machine Gun Corps

1917 Lieutenant Harold Vezey Strong married Katherine Dyer in Cranley Gardens, London[4]

Chairman of Silentbloc and other companies.

1936 Chairman of the British Zeppelin Syndicate

WWII Founder of Technograph Printed Circuits

1955 Died in Shamley Green[5][6]

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Sources of Information

  1. BMD
  2. 1901 census
  3. 1901 census
  4. BMD
  5. The Times, Aug 16, 1955
  6. National Probate Calendar