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Major Smitheyt Heckstall Smith (1874- )  F.R.Ae.S., Aeronautic engineer.
Major Smitheyt Heckstall Smith (1874-1949)  F.R.Ae.S., Aeronautical engineer.


1874 Born son of Brig.-Surg. Lt.-Col. Heckstall-Smith in Steyning
1874 Born son of Brig.-Surg. Lt.-Col. Heckstall-Smith in Steyning
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1923 Smytheyt Heckstall-Smith lived in Golden Square, London<ref>Electoral Register</ref>
1923 Smytheyt Heckstall-Smith lived in Golden Square, London<ref>Electoral Register</ref>
1949 Smitheyt Heckstall-Smith died in Chichester<ref>National Probate calendar</ref>


== See Also ==  
== See Also ==  
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[[Category: Biography]]
[[Category: Biography]]
[[Category: Biography - Aviation]]
[[Category: Biography - Aviation]]
[[Category: Births 1870-1879]]
[[Category: Births 1870-1879]]
[[Category: Deaths]]
[[Category: Deaths 1940-1949]]

Latest revision as of 12:50, 8 September 2018

Major Smitheyt Heckstall Smith (1874-1949) F.R.Ae.S., Aeronautical engineer.

1874 Born son of Brig.-Surg. Lt.-Col. Heckstall-Smith in Steyning

1911 Appointed superintendent of the Army Balloon Factory

1911-17 Asst. Supt. Royal Aircraft Factory

Major attached to R.A.F. (Royal Aircraft Factory)

1916-7 Temp. Lt.-Col. R.F.C. (T.F.)

1917 General Manager, Nieuport Aircraft Works, England,

1923 Smytheyt Heckstall-Smith lived in Golden Square, London[1]

1949 Smitheyt Heckstall-Smith died in Chichester[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. Electoral Register
  2. National Probate calendar