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Name: PATERSON, Stanley CBE, FRGS (Col.)

Birth Date: 13 Feb 1860 Restalrig Park, Midlothian

Death Date: 21 Aug 1950 Newent, Gloucestershire

First Date: 1919

Last Date: 1939

Profession: Red 25 has Col. J.S. Patterson, Farmer, Naivasha and Col S. Patterson, 'Melangini', Gilgil

Area: 'Melangini', Gilgil

Married: In Chertsey 12 Dec 1901 Constance Matilda Mary Brettell b. 1879 Horsell, Surrey, d. 1 Mar 1963 Kensington.

Children: Diana Joan S. (26 Apr 1905 Poona-2001)

Book Reference: KAD, Red 25, Debrett, Red 31, Hut, EA & Rhodesia, Red 22, Who's Who

War Service: Served 1879-1907 in Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders and on staff until 1918

School: Privately

General Information:

Debrett - Col. (retired), a FRGS, and a Fellow of Roy. Colonial Institute; European War 1914-19 (despatches, CBE)
East Africa & Rhodesia - 24/8/50 - Colonel Stanley Paterson, CBE, who has died at his home in Gloucestershire at the age of 90, went to settle in the Thomson's Falls district of Kenya after 41 years' service with the Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders in three continents. Prominent in local affairs, Col. Paterson was for 5 years a member of the Executive Committee of the Convention of Associations, commandant of the Naivasha district of the Kenya Defence Force from its initiation, and JP for his locality. He once stood for election to the Legislative Council for the Rift Valley  constituency, but was defeated by Mr Powys Cobb. Shortly before the outbreak of the recent war he returned with Mrs Paterson to this country to live in Newent. He was elected a fellow of the Royal Geographical Society in 1896 and received the CBE in 1919
Gazette - 4/5/1921 - Presentation of Honours by Governor - Col S Paterson - CBE
Gazette 3 Apr 1951 probate
Gazette 2 Apr 1963 probate for Constance

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