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Name: KENYON-SLANEY, Neville Aglionby

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Nee: related to Baron Kenyon, son of Walter Rupert Kenyon-Slaney

Birth Date: 26.7.1879 Elham, Kent

Death Date: 12.3.1963 Henley

Nationality: British

First Date: 1903

Profession: Administrative Officer EAP, DC Nakuru 1909.

Area: HBEA 1912 DC Embu, Kisii, Nakuru, Meru, 1909 Nakuru

Married: Unmarried

Book Reference: Gillett, HBEA, RH, Gethin, Orde- Browne, Debrett, EAHB 1905, KAD, Red 25, Hut, North, Drumkey, Red 22, Advertiser, EAHB 1906, Burke, Medals, EAHB 1904, EAHB 1907, SS, Leader14, Red Book 1912, Red 19

War Service: Lt. KAR GEA 1915-18, Major Political Dept (despatches), WW2 CD and HG

School: Haileybury College

General Information:

Debrett - sometime a Dist. Commr., EA Protectorate; served in German EA 1915-18 as Lieut., KAR, and in Political Dept., with rank of Major (despatches)
EAHB 1905 - Asst. Collector, Mombasa. Asst. Collector, EAP, Oct. 18th 1903
KAD 1922 - District and Resident Commissioner and Resident Magistrate
North - Issued with Bird Licence 24/12/1903, Nairobi
Drumkey 1909 - District Commissioner, 1908
Advertiser - 27/11/08 - Nakuru Agricultural Show - donation from - N. Kenyon Slaney
Medals - East African Political Department - Honorary Major
North - Appt. Asst. Collector EAP 18/10/1903; Bird Licence Nairobi 24/12/1903; Listed as Asst. Collector Mombasa 1/4/1904; Public Officer's Game Licence, Nairobi April-June 1905; Member of the Nairobi Infantry Section of the EAP Volunteer Reserve June 1905
EAHB 1907 - 3rd Asst. Secretary to the Administration
Soldier Settlement Scheme after WW1 - Class B - Capt. R.O.R. Kenyon-Slaney, 1st Bn. Grenadier Guards, Hare Hall Camp, Romford - Farm 528 - Representative, M. Ridley Esq., Makuyu, Chania  
Red Book 1912 - N.A.K. Slaney - Embu - Kenya Province - DC at Embu
Gazette 15/7/1907 - Appointed Editor of the 'Official Gazette' and Superintendent of the Government Press from 1/7/1907
RH s.1277 - DC Kisii in 1919. Gethin - 'one of the old sort, and a first class DC. What he said went. He later became PC Kisumu and was later retired by an Acting Governor known as 'Tearing Ted' Denham.'

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