LAPHAM one-name study

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There are bound to be errors - so always check original sources - assumptions and hypotheses exist - this ONE-NAME STUDY is a work in progress not a final authority

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  • ID: I0011
  • Name: Howard Bartley Lapham
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: 12 SEP 1900 in AMW BB
  • Death: 30 AUG 1972 in Wells Somerset
  • Note:
    Dec 9 1964
    29 Clyde Road
    Redland
    Bristol new telephone 38535

    move to Wells circa August 1 1067

    - Filton Church Sunday School
    Presented to
    Howard Lapham
    for good attendance
    January 1912 -

    a book plate in

    - The Black Cockatoo -
    A story of Western Australia
    by Bessie Marchant.

    he would have been 14 in Septembet 1914
    he was the family - s piano player for sing songs (Alison )

    He would have been trained as a radio operator on the key (Morse) and worked in Spain

    He worked at Cable and Wireless on south Bank London after WWII until he retired

    - The Imperial wireless and cable conference of 1928 recommended the
    foundation of a holding company and an operating company combining
    wireless and cable interests, in order to keep the strategically
    important but unprofitable undersea cables in British hands. This was
    achieved through a merger of the communications interests of the cable
    companies and Marconi. The resulting company began as Imperial and
    International Communications Ltd but changed its name to Cable and
    Wireless Ltd in 1934. The Cable and Wireless Marine Service originated
    in the cable laying and repairing activities of the original telegraph
    companies. - Original Message -----
    From: - Jarig Bakker - <j.h.bakker@chello.nl>
    To: - Flags - <flags@yahoogroups.com>
    Sent: Monday, August 09, 2004 12:01 AM
    Subject: [Flags] Cable and Wireless (Marine) (GB)

    Alison and I met him for lunch at a city pub off Fleet Street HBW




    Father: Alfred Thomas Lapham b: 15 OCT 1872 in 15 Campbell Street Bristol BS2 8XE Clifton Dec 1872 6a 78 AMW BB - Daddy -
    Mother: Florence Caroline Evans b: 13 JUN 1877 in St Philips AMW BB RGO Bristol 6d 21 5 Merchant Street

    Marriage 1 Thrse (Ter) Schrenk b: 22 FEB 1906 in Vienna?
      Children
      1. Has No Children Heather Marion (Heidi) Lapham b: 15 DEC 1939
      2. Has Children Living Lapham

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      X as surname are from World War I Draft Registration in Cards, 1917-1918 USA - work in progress - please send additions and corrections which will be added as soon as possible. Canada next and Y as surname are from World War II Draft Registration

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