SOE Palmer, Sir Anthony Frederick Mark,4th Baronet

Date of death
18-May-1941

John Robertson

Administrator
Staff member
  • SURNAME
Palmer
  • FORENAME
Sir Anthony Frederick Mark,4th Baronet
  • UNIT
SOE
  • RANK
Major
  • NUMBER
63572
  • DATE OF DEATH
18th May 1941
  • AGE
26
  • GRAVESITE
Brookwood Memorial,Surrey Panel 2 Column 1
  • ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
parent unit Royal Artillery
former Royal Northumberland Fusiliers (Lt)
former Yorkshire Dragoons (2Lt)
born 29.8.1914 Shurdington Court,Tamworth,Staffordshire
resided Gloucester
son of late Frederick Charles and Mabel Frances (nee Hughes-Hallett) Palmer,Shurdington Court,Tamworth
husband of Henriette Alice,Lady Palmer (nee Cadogan),8 Hurdington Court,Cheltenham,
Gloucestershire (Tel. Witcombe 32) (postwar of Mark Cross,Sussex) (1914-2005)
married 4.9.1939 (2 children Antonia Mary and Charles Mark)
educated Marlborough College
classical scholar Trinity College,Oxford
married 1939
succeeded his grandfather to Baronetcy 1935
King's Cadet RMC Sandhurst
Army Long Jump Champion 1937
succeeded by his son Charles Mark Palmer (born 21.11.1941)
Op.Boatswain - MIA at sea
Op.Boatswain was operation by Palestinian agents to destroy the oil refineries near Tripoli,Lebanon
 
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