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Name: WHEELOCK, Percy

Birth Date: 1881 Bromsgrove

Death Date: 14 Aug 1953 Nairobi

First Date: 1911

Profession: Messrs. Gill & Wheelock, chartered accountants. Farm no.172 Uasin Gishu with E.B. Gill 1911

Area: Nairobi, 1930 Box 301, Nairobi

Married: In Selly Hill, Birmingham 21 Apr 1917 Edith Louisa Tranter d. 10 Oct 1953 Nairobi

Children: Richard Thomas Douglas (1919-1973)

Book Reference: North, HBEA, Gethin, Mischief, Red 31, EAMR, Land, Harmony, Settlement, All Saints, Barnes, Leader14, A. Allen, Red Book 1912

War Service: WW1 with EAMR - A Sqdn. 10/8/14 - 26/10/14 - To 2nd L. of D.

General Information:

Mischief - Broughton's agent - Mr Wheelock, and his partner - Mr Hopcraft, managed the Lake Naivasha estate and the coffee plantation at Spring Valley
Land - E.B. Gill and P. Wheelock leased 9781 acres at Uasin Gishu, passed to Nairobi Coffee Company Ltd.
Land - 1911 - E.B. Gill and P. Wheelock - Grazing and agricultural, 4050 acres (Farm No. 175) and 2360 acres (Farm No. 178) - Uasin Gishu - 18/11/10 - Leasehold under Occupation Licence for 2 to 99 years from 1/2/11 - Registered 9/10/11
Land - 1911 - E.B. Gill and P. Wheelock - Grazing and agricultural, 3410 acres (Farm No. 172) - Uasin Gishu - 24/11/10 - Leasehold under Occupation Licence for 2 to 99 years from 1/2/11 - Registered 11/10/11
Member of Lodge Harmony - Initiated 1/8/10, age 31, Chartered Accountant, Nairobi
Settlement - 1945 - Advert - Wheelock & Coates, Livingstone House, Hardinge Street, Nairobi - Company Secretaries, Land Estate & Managing Agents, Insurance Agents
All Saints - memorial - died August 1953, after 44 years in Kenya
Barnes - Nairobi City Park Cemetery - Percy Wheelock, died 14 Aug 1953 aged 73
A. Allen - Private P. Wheelock, EAMR and Royal Warwickshire Regiment - Percy Wheelock was released from the EAMR to second line of defence on 26 Oct 1914, having attested on 10 Aug 1914. He was awarded a 1914-15 star trio with the EAMR …….. Occupation Chartered Accountant with Deloitte, Plender and Griffiths, London. Wounded 3 Jun 1916; discharged 1916/17, awarded King's Silver Wound Badge
Red Book 1912 - P. Wheelock - Nairobi
Gethin diary - 1911 - Loydien - Aug. 15 - 'Go into Naivasha to meet the Auditor.' July 18 - 'Went into Naivasha with Wheelock. Saw Cobb.'
Gazette 27 Oct 1953 wife's probate

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