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Guy Marcus Trundle

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Guy Marcus Trundle (1899-1958), motor engineer with Ford

1899 Born in York, the son of George Trundle, a Church of England priest.

WWI Joined the Royal Air Force,

Became a Wing Commander.

By the early 1930s, he was a car mechanic and salesman in London

1932 Married in Paddington to Melosine V. H. M. Cary-Barnard, daughter of a retired army officer.

1935 Described by Special Branch spies as “a very charming adventurer, very good looking, well bred and an excellent dancer” and lover of Wallis Simpson who later married Edward VII. Living at 18 Bruton Street in Mayfair.

1937 Birth of daughter, Pamela, who died in infancy.

1958 December 3rd. Of 816 Chelsea Cloisters, Sloane avenue, London. Probate to Vera Maria Emanuel, married woman.

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