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Henry Rodolph de Salis

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Henry Rodolph de Salis (1866- )

1896 of Ivy Lodge, Iver Heath, near Uxbridge.

1922 J.P., Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., Chy-Morvah, St. Ives, Cornwall; b. 1866; second s. of John F. W. Count de Salis (d.), of Hillingdon Place, Uxbridge; m. 1893, May, eldest d. of Captain Robert Lambert (d.) of Weston, Thames Ditton. Ed. Eton College,1880-4; pupil of William Stroudley, Locomotive Superintendent, L.B. and S.C. Railway, 1884-7; Inspector, Locomotive Department, L.B. and S.C. Railway, 1887-90. Director, Fellows, Morton and Clayton, Ltd., Canal Carriers; Justice of the Peace for Bucks; High Sheriff of Bucks, 1915-6. Publications: " Bradshaw's Canals and Navigable Rivers of England and Wales."

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