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Cyril Asplan Beldam

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Cyril Asplan Beldam (1869-1940), of Beldam Packing and Rubber Co

1869 Born in Northfleet, Kent son of Asplan Beldam.

Educated at St John's College, Luton, and King's College, London.

1889 Admitted to PETERHOUSE, Cambridge University

1891 Graduated.

1911 Cyril Asplan Beldam 41, metals merchant, lived in Seaford, with Leonie Beldam 48, and his parents Asplan Beldam 69, retired engineer, Elizabeth Beldam 68[1]

1939 Company Director, Chairman of The Beldam Packing and Rubber Co Ltd, lived in Hailsham, Sussex, with Leonie Beldam [2]

1940 Died in London[3]

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Sources of Information

  • Cambridge Alumni
  1. 1911 census
  2. 1939 register
  3. National probate calendar