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Pierre Elliot Inchbald

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c.1891 Born in Shanghai, China[1]

1911 Cadet in the Royal Artillery at Woolwich[2]

WWI Attained the rank of Major[3]

1918 Married Esme Lyle Bingham in Retford[4]; banns in the church of St Mark, North Audley Street, London[5]. Esme was daughter of Albert Edward Bingham

1919 Birth of son Peter Bingham Inchbald

Became a director Walker and Hall

1958 Died in Dorchester, Dorset[6]

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. 1911 census
  2. 1911 census
  3. Walker and Hall: The Peter Inchbald Story
  4. BMD
  5. Parish register
  6. National Probate calendar