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Geoffrey Harry Langdon

Born:
25 Tishri 5648 (13 October 1887)
Died:
1971

Basic Information

Unique reference:
LAN2608
Gender:
Male

Birth

Date of birth:
25 Tishri 5648 (13 October 1887)

Death

Date of death:
1971
Died in combat?:
No

Places

Addresses

Family home:
Oak Drive Rusholme (1888)
Aunt's Home:
Bridge House, Sefton Park (1911)
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Story from Janet

My father had a car during the Second World War, which was very unusual, and would stop and give a lift to anyone in uniform. He thought all the Forces were absolutely wonderful

Having an Army Reserve Centre named after him

http://www.nwrfca.org.uk/army-reserve-centre-rusholme-renamed-honour-local-veteran-world-wars/

Family

Spouse

Iris Sarah Langdon (female)
Place of marriage:
West End Synagogue
Country of marriage:
UK

Children

Janet Langdon (female)

Siblings

Margaret Langdon (female)

Parents

Father: Edward Langdon (male)
Mother: Ada Langdon (female)

Military Record

Military service:
Army Service Corp
Rank at discharge/death:
Major
Assignments
Regiment:
Army Service Corp - Local Purchasing Officer

Other Occupations

Type of employment:
Second World War Service
Position:
MI5
Position:
Manchester Velvet Company
Organisation:
Managing Director

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