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Lionel Beaumont Thomas

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1937. Bio Note.
1937. Bio Note.

Lionel Beaumont Thomas (1893- ), Director and Vice-Chairman of Richard Thomas and Co

1937 Bio Note [1]

THOMAS, Major Lionel Beaumont; b. August 1st, 1893, at Lydney; s. of Richard Beaumont Thomas. Military Cross, Justice of the Peace. Educ.: Rugby. Served in Regular Army, 1914-1919; Director and Vice-Chairman of Richard Thomas and Co.; Director and Chairman of other Companies; Justice of the Peace for the County of Hereford; County Councillor for the County of Hereford, 1925 to 1928; a freeman of the City of London and a member of the Haberdashers Company; Conservative, contested Llanelly, 1923; Pontypool, 1924; elected for the King's Norton Division of Birmingham, 1929 and 1931; m. Pauline, d. of S. F. Marriott, 1913; three s. one d. Recreations: Shooting, yachting, tennis, fishing, and hunting. Clubs: Carlton, Cavalry, Royal Automobile, and Motor Yacht. Addresses: Brampton House, Madley, Hereford, and Said House, Chiswick Mall, W.4.

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  1. 1937-8 Birmingham Year Book