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Waldo Ridley Prentice

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Waldo Ridley Prentice (1883-1952) Early Aviator

1883 Born in London

1911 Gained his aviator's certificate at Hendon

1912. Director of the newly formed British Anzani Engine Co.

1915 Married Edith M. Dixon in London[1]

1939 Waldo Ridley Prentice, Fellow of Institute of .... Registered from C.P.(?) 16 as Transport (?) Institute, and Edith M. Prentice were in Totnes[2]

1952 Died in Portugal[3]

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. BMD
  2. 1939 Register
  3. national probate calendar
  • Royal Aero Club records