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|Mond, Alfred Moritz.|
at ST JOHN'S, May 1, 1886.
[2nd] s. of Ludwig, manufacturing chemist, of Northwich, Cheshire (and [his cousin] Friederike, dau. of Adolphe Meyer Loewenthal, of Cologne). B. Oct. 23, 1868, at Farnworth, near Prescot, Lancs.
School, Cheltenham College; [also at Edinburgh University]. Matric. Michs. 1886.
Hon. LL.D., St Andrews, 1927; Hon. LL.D., Manchester, 1928.
Hon. D.Sc., Oxford and Paris, 1928; Hon. D.C.L., Durham, 1929.
Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, Apr. 18, 1894; on North Wales and Cheshire Circuit.
Director, 1895, of Brunner Mond & Co., Ltd., and the Mond Nickel Co. founded by his father.
M.P. for Chester, 1906-10; for Swansea, 1910-23; for Carmarthen, 1924-8. Created a Baronet, 1910, and Baron Melchett of Hampshire, 1928.
'A Captain of Industry, an Apostle of Rationalism, a leader of Zion, and an Imperialist.' Became head of the £120,000,000 Imperial Chemical Industries, formed by the association of the Mond Nickel Co. and the International Nickel Co. of Canada.
Chairman also of the Institute of Fuel, the Empire Economic Union and the Economic Board of Palestine.
Director of the Westminster Bank, the Industrial Finance and Investment Corporation, etc.
First Commissioner of Works, 1916-21.
Minister of Health, 1921-2. Of Melchett Court, Romsey, Hants., and 35, Lowndes Square, London, S.W. Had a bungalow on the shores of Lake Galilee, and subscribed largely to the Jewish Colonization in Palestine.
Author, Industry and Politics; Imperial Economic Unity. Married, June 16, 1894, Violet Florence Mabel, dau. of James Henry Goetze (and granddaughter of John Bentley), and had issue.
Died Dec. 27, 1930.
Brother of the next.
(Burke, P. and B. (sub Melchett); Who's Who; Fox-Davies, Armorial Families; D.N.B.; Law Lists; Bolitho, Alfred Mond; The Times, Dec. 29, 1930; G.E.C. XIII. 445.)
|Alfred Moritz MOND |
Approx. lifespan: 18681930
pens. St John's College adm1886:05:01
2nd s. of Ludwig MOND, manufacturing
Chemist of: Northwich, Cheshire , (and [his cousin] Friederike) dau. of Adolphe Meyer LOEWENTHAL of Cologne, [Germany], )
b. Farnworth, near Prescot, Lancashire , 1868:10:23
Sch: Cheltenham College Cheltenham, [Gloucestershire], ; [also at Sch: Edinburgh University Edinburgh, ???,
St Andrews: 1927
Hon.LLD Manchester, [Lancashire], 1928
Hon. DSc OX, [Oxfordshire], and Paris, [France], 1928
Hon.DCL Durham, [Co. Durham], 1929
Called to the Bar: Inner Temple 1894:04:18
on North Wales and Cheshire Circuit Wales , Cheshire ,
Director: 1895 of Brunner Mond & Company Ltd,
and Mond Nickel Company founded by his father.
M.P. for: : Chester, [Cheshire], 1906-10
for Swansea, [Glamorgan], 1910-23
for Carmarthen, [Carmarthenshire], 1924-8
Created a Baronet 1910,
and Baron Melchett of Hampshire , 1928
" Captain of: : Industry,
an Apostle of Rationalism, a leader of Zion, and an Imperialist."
Became head of the £ 120,000,000 Imperial Chemical Industries,
formed by the association of Mond Nickel Company and the International Nickel Company of Canada ,
Chairman: also of the Sch: Institute of Fuel,
the Empire Economic Union and Economic Board of Palestine.
Director of: : Westminster Bank,
the Industrial Finance and Investment Corporation, etc.
First Commissioner of: : Works 1916-21
Minister of Health: 1921-2
Of Melchett Court, Melchett, Romsey, Hampshire , , and 35 Lowndes Square, London , , S.W. Had a bungalow on the shores of Lake Galilee, [Palestine], , and subscribed largely to the Jewish Colonization Palestine ,
Publ.: Industry and Politics; Imperial Economic Unity
m. 1894:06:16,Violet Florence Mabel dau. of James Henry Goetze (and granddaughter of John Bentley)
brother of Robert Ludwig MOND (1885)
(Burke, P. and B. (sub) Melchett); Who's Who ; Fox-Davies, Armorial Families; D.N.B.; Law Lists ; Bolitho, Alfred Mond; The Times 1930:12:29
G.E.C. < > XIII ,
[add:]Photograph: CAS: E.49[:add]