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Harold Ernest Perrin

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Lieut-Commander Harold Ernest Perrin (1877-1948) was an early Secretary of the Royal Aero Club

1903-1945 Secretary of the Royal Aero Club and in this capacity signed more than 20,000 private pilots' licences.

1911 Living at 1 Belsize Grove Mansions, Hampstead: Harold Ernest Perrin (age 33 born Stafford), Accountant and Secretary - Employer. With his wife Dorothy Perrin (age 24 born London) and their daughter Vivienne Perrin (age 2 born London). One servant.[1]

1936 Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE)

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Sources of Information

  1. 1911 Census