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Henry Ivanhoe Vandell

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Henry Ivanhoe Vandell (1890-1914)

1914 Obituary [1]

Lieutenant HENRY IVANHOE VANDELL was born at New Brompton, Kent, on 8th December 1890.

He served his apprenticeship at H.M. Royal Dockyard, Chatham, from 1905 to 1910, where he also received four years' theoretical tuition, afterwards continuing his studies at East London College (University of London).

From January 1912 to August 1914 he held an important position with the Western Electric Co., Ltd., North Woolwich, in the shop expense production department.

Lieutenant Vandell, who was in the Northamptonshire Regiment, was killed in action in the neighbourhood of Ypres about 11th November 1914, in his twenty-fourth year.

He was elected a Graduate of this Institution in 1913.

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