Photocopy of 'From carriage to Concorde', typescript memoir covering his life and career, 1917-1981, notably his military service in Gibraltar and India, 1930-, in the UK, 1940-1943, and in India, 1943-1945, including an account of the explosion of the US ammunition ship FORT STIKINE, Bombay, Apr 1944, his work for the Abbey Road Building Society, [1932-1934], as a salesman, 1936-1940, and in the brewing industry, 1945-1960, written in 1981.
LUMLEY, Lt Col Richard Francis (1909-1994)
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- ReferenceGB 99 KCLMA Lumley
- Dates of Creation1981
- Language of MaterialEnglish
- Physical Description1 file
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Administrative / Biographical History
Born in 1909; gazetted to Supplementary Reserve commission, Queen's Royal Regt, 1928; commissioned into North Staffordshire Regt, 1930; served briefly in Gibraltar and India before resigning in ; worked for the Abbey Road Building Society, [1932-1934]; salesman, Coca Cola Company, 1936-1937, and H P Bulmer and Company Limited, 1937-1940; commissioned into South Staffordshire Regt, 1940; served in UK, 1940-1943, and India, 1943-1945; worked for various brewers, 1945-1960, notably Bulmers and Taylor Walker and Company; died in 1984.
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Copy made by the Centre in 1995 from original loaned by the family.
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