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Tennyson, Charles Bruce Locker.
Adm. at KING'S, a scholar from Eton, Oct. 9, 1899. 2nd s. of Lionel (1873), deceased, of Sheringham, Norfolk (and Eleanor Mary Bertha, dau. of Frederick Locker-Lampson). B. Nov. 8, 1879, at 4, Sussex Place, Regent's Park, London . Matric. Michs. 1899; Scholar, 1900; B.A. (Class.
Trip., Pt I, 1st Class) 1902; Whewell Scholar, 1903.
Called to the Bar, Gray's Inn, Jan. 26, 1905.
Junior Counsel to the Office of Works, 1909-11; Assistant Legal adviser at the Colonial Office, 1911-19.
One of the British delegates at the New Hebrides Conference, 1914.
C.M.G., 1915; Deputy Director, Federation of British Industries, 1918.
Sometime Secretary, Dunlop Rubber Company, Ltd. Chairman of several committees in the Board of Trade during the War, 1939-45.
Member of Council of Industrial Design.
Knighted, 1945.
Married, July 29, 1909, Ivy Gladys, dau. of W. J. Pretious, and had issue.
Author, Cambridge from Within; Shorter Poems of Frederick Tennyson, etc.
Of Shiplake Rise, Henley-on-Thames, and 10, Drayton Gardens, London , in 1952.
( Eton Sch. Lists; King's Coll. Reg., 297; Law Lists ; Burke, P. and B.; Who's Who. )
Charles Bruce Locker TENNYSON
Approx. lifespan: 1879–1977
Adm King's College a scholar from Sch: Eton 1899:10:09
2nd s. of Lionel TENNYSON (1873) deceased, of Sheringham, Norfolk , (and Eleanor Mary Bertha LOCKER-LAMPSON dau. of Frederick LOCKER-LAMPSON )
b. 4 Sussex Place, Regent's Park, London , 1879:11:08
Matric 1899:10MT:
Scholar 1900
BA Class.Trip. Pt I, 1st Class 1902
Whewell Scholar 1903
Called to the Bar: Gray's Inn 1905:01:26
Junior Counsel to: : Office of Works 1909-11
Assistant: Legal adviser at Colonial Office 1911-19
One of the British delegates at the New Hebrides Conference [W. Pacific , 1914
CMG 1915
Deputy Director: Federation of British Industries 1918
Sometime Sec.: Dunlop Rubber Company Ltd
Chairman of: several committees in Board of Trade during the War 1939-45
Member of: Council of Industrial Design.
Knighted 1945
m. 1909:07:29 Ivy Gladys PRETIOUS dau. of W. J. PRETIOUS
had issue
Publ.: Camb. from Within; Shorter Poems of Frederick TENNYSON etc.
Of Shiplake Rise, Henley-on-Thames, [Oxfordshire], and 10 Drayton Gardens, London , in1952
( Eton School Lists; King's College Reg., 297; Law Lists ; Burke P. and B.; Who's Who. )
[add:]Latterly of Southwold, Suffolk , [:add]
[add:] d. 1977:06:22 aged 97, 91 years after his father[:add]
[add:](P.J. Barnwell)[:add]

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