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Raymond Wilson Sturge

Male 1904 - 1984  (79 years)



  • Name Raymond Wilson Sturge  [1
    Birth 10 Jun 1904    [1
    Death 30 Mar 1984    [1
    • A memorial service for Mr Raymond Wilson Sturge was held at St Michael's, Cornhill, yesterday. The Rev John Scott officiated. Mr A. C. L. Sturge, son, read the lesson, and Mr. J. W. Kininmonth, grandson, read an extract from the works of Knatchbull Hugessen. Sir Francis Sandilands gave an address.
      Among others present were:- Mrs Sturge (widow), Mr and Mrs P W Kininmonth, the Hon J D and Mrs Eccles and Brigadier and Mrs J W F Rucker (sons-in-law and daughters), Mrs J W Kininmonth, Mr C A Kininmonth, Mr and Mrs M C Kelway-Bamber, Mr P D H Kininmonth, Mrs R Ward, Mr W D Eccles, Miss E F Eccles and Miss S C Rucker (grandchildren), Mr and Mrs Collwyn Sturge (brother and sister-in-law), Mr and Mrs C C Lloyd, Lady Sandilands, Mr B A J Sturge, Mr William Sturge, Mr Tony Howard, Mr Joseph Sturge, Miss P Keep, Miss Maida Sturge, Mrs Ronald Lewin, Major Robin Lewin, Mr Christopher Spicer. (+ 64 more names). [The Times] [2]
    Notes 
    • Sturge, Raymond Wilson. Born 10 June 1904; elder son of late Arthur Lloyd Sturge and Jessie Katharine (née Howard); marr 1929, Margaret, younger dau of late Walter J. Keep, Sydney, NSW; one son, four dau; died 30 March 1984. Chairman of Lloyd's, 1964, 1965 and 1966. Education: Harrow; Brasenose Coll., Oxford (BA). Career: Mem. of Lloyd's, 1926; first elected to Committee, 1953; Dep. Chm., 1963. Served War of 1939-45, Royal Scots Fusiliers, Staff Duties. Pres., Insurance Institute of London, 1967-68 (Dep. Pres., 1966-67). Club: City of London. Address: Ashmore, near Salisbury, Wilts. [Who's Who]
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    Last Modified 20 Jul 2011 

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  • Sources 
    1. [S18] Who's Who / Who was Who.

    2. [S05] The Times, Memorial Services, 02 May 1984.