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Charles Richard Delabere Pritchett (1875- ), of Pritchetts and Gold
1876 Born in Bishops Stortford, son of George Edward Pritchett
1891 Student, boarding in Godalming
1911 Manufacturer of electric accumulators, employer, widower, lived in Kensington.
1922 Joint Man. Dir., Pritchett and Gold and E.P.S. Co., Ltd.; Director, Tudor Accumulator Co., Ltd.; b. 1875; s. of the late G. E. Pritchett, F.S.A., F.R.I.B.A. Ed. Charterhouse. Training: Faraday House. Pupil with Plenty and Sons, Newbury, Berks, and Electric Construction Co., Ltd., Wolverhampton; Asst. Engr., Woolwich Electric Light Co., and St. James' and Pall Mall Electric Supply Co., Ltd.; 1897—Joined firm of Pritchetts and Gold, and i9o1 became Joint Man. Dir., Pritchetts and Gold, Ltd.; 1915—Joint Man. Dir., Pritchett and Gold and Elec. Power Storage Co., Ltd.; in 1915 also joined the Bd. of Tudor Accumulator Co., Ltd. Clubs: St. Stephen's, and Wellington. Address: 5o, Grosvenor Gardens, Victoria, S.W.I.
1939 Died in Woodhay, Berks