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#101 Tim Murray

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Posted 18 June 2009 - 18:47

I'm sure Reinhard will have already spotted this, but Martin Pfundner now posts on TNF, and has listed his date of birth as 2nd August 1930.

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#102 ReWind

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Posted 18 June 2009 - 19:50

Thanks, guys!

Obviously I will have to go over my earlier posts and mark those individuals I learned the birth dates of since then...

EDIT:
@fines: Do you know Jerry Poland's death date, too? AFAIK he died in 1983 from cancer.

Edited by ReWind, 18 June 2009 - 20:24.


#103 fines

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Posted 19 June 2009 - 07:47

Sorry, no. Info came from USAC Yearbooks when he was still active (1966-75 in my records), hometown always given as New Carlisle (OH). Wife Norma, four children (Pam, Tony, Steve and Kim) in '67 and '70 also. Raced stock cars and modifieds 1951-65 - that's all I can come up with in a hurry.

#104 Alexey Rogachev

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Posted 19 June 2009 - 08:13

Vladislav Ondřejík

April 1, 1943 - July 10, 1977

Edited by Alexey Rogachev, 19 June 2009 - 08:14.


#105 ReWind

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Posted 09 July 2009 - 20:57

Obviously I will have to go over my earlier posts and mark those individuals I learned the birth dates of since then...

Done that.


#106 Jim Thurman

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Posted 10 July 2009 - 04:16

Jesse James Taylor - b. 21 Oct 1929, d. 07 Oct 2003

#107 ReWind

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Posted 10 July 2009 - 17:52

Thanks, Jim!

First part of those whose birthdays I'm still looking for (with the info I have so far in brackets):

ARGENTINA
Jorge de Amorrortu, Antonio Aventín,
Juan de Benedictis,
Luis Brosutti, Domingo Bucci (1894 - 07 Mar 1933),
Eduardo Casá (1935 – 2004), Marcos Ciani,
Rubén Daray,
Jorge Descotte,
Francisco Espinosa (1947 – 19 Feb 2001), Óscar Mauricio Franco,
Juan Carlos Garavaglia, Juan Gaudino (1893?94? – 25 Mar 1975),
Rosendo Hernández,
Ricardo Iglesias,

Juan Manuel Landa,
César Malnatti, Carlos Marincovich, Angel Meunier († 16 Jan 1965),
Juan Alberto Occhionero, Jorge Oyhanart,
Ángel Pascuali, Eduardo Pedrazzini,
Félix Peduzzi (1917 – 1976?79?), Julio Pérez,
Jorge del Río


AUSTRALIA
Niel Allen, Ross Ambrose,
Neville Bakewell (1915?16? – 17 Aug 1942), Norm Beechey (1931?32?), Buzz Buzaglo,
Doug Chivas (1922 – 07 Apr 2004),
Jon Davison, Richard Davison,
Richie Galloway, Leo Geoghegan,
Stan Jones (Mar 1923 – 16 Mar 1973),
Kevin Kalkhoven (1944), Horst Kwech (1937?38?),
Len Lukey (1923 – 28 Oct 1978),
Spencer Martin, Frank Matich, Bruce McPhee (1927), Barry Mulholland († 2006),
Terry Perkins, Bill Pitt,
Joan Richmond (1905 - 1999),
Doug Whiteford (1917 – 15 Jan 1979)

AUSTRIA
Franz Albert (1931),
Curt Bardi-Barry (1939 – 07 Feb 1964), Richard Bochnicek (1937),
Joe Ehrlich (1913?14? – Sep 2003), Emil Frankl († 03 Jun 1934),
Josef Gräf (1897 – 1980),
Max zu Hardegg (1906 – 28 Jun 1931), Karl Hasenbichler, Sewi Hopfer († 03 Jun 1991), Günther Huber (1942),
Günther Janger (1942), Charly Jellen (1909 – 07 May 1934),
Gerhard Kalnay (1945 – 2000), Kurt Koresch (1917?18?),
Rolf Markl (1927 – 1994), Emil Medinger (1886 – 1944),
Hans Nibel (1880 – 25 Nov 1934),

Johannes Ortner (1935),
Gerold Pankl, Walter Pedrazza (1949),
Hans Royer,
Wolfgang Šulc (1946?47? – 09 Jun 1979),
Mario Waltner, Michael Weber,
Gero Zamagna

BELGIUM
André Aerts,
Mauro Bianchi (1937?38?), Eugène van den Bossche, Georges Bouriano,
„Didi“ (Jean-Marie Cols),
Yvette Fontaine (1946?),
François Goldstein, Taf Gosselin,
Lucien Hautvast (Dec 1865 – Dec 1923), Raijmond van Hove,
Tony Kuypers,
Gérard Langlois van Ophem (1935), Willy Longueville (1910),
Patrick Slaus,
Pierre Ugeux

BRAZIL
Pedro Bartelle,
Zeca Giaffone (1948?49?),
Placido Iglesias (1945 – Jun 2003),
Norio Matsubara (1969),
Cesar Pegoraro

CANADA
Rainer Brezinka, Harry Bytzek,
Jacques Couture,
Gordon Dewar, Lee Dykstra,
Roger McCaig, Dave McConnell,
David Tennyson

CHILE
Juan Zanelli (1906 – 19 Aug 1944)

CZECH REPUBLIC / CZECHOSLOVAKIA
Miloš Bychl (1952),
Florian Schmidt (1903), Pavel Schovánek,
Hugo Urban-Emmerich († Sep 1939)

DENMARK
Jørn Haase, Johnny Jensen, Peter Købke Nielsen

FINLAND
Jari Koiranen, Tomi Luhtanen

FRANCE
Eric Alberto (1970), Paul Armagnac (1924 – 20 Oct 1962), Annie Arrii, Alex Astruc (1935? – Apr 1969), Édouard d’Avaray (1884 – 1941),
Roger Barbara (1948), Patrick Bardinon, Hadelin de Liedekerke Beaufort (1887?), Robert Bloch, Hubert le Blon (1872?75? – 02 Apr 1910), Camille Bollée († 1940), Eugène Brillié, Jacques du Brusle (1907 – 1972), Angelo Bucciali (1887 – 1946), Paul-Albert Bucciali (1889 – 1981),
Paul Carillo, Gaston de Chasseloup-Laubat (1867 – 1903), Louis Coatalen (1879?80? – 23 May 1962), Paul Coltelloni (1920?21? – Jul 1999), Marlène Cotton, Gérard de Courcelles, Fernand Crespelle († 19 Jul 1944),
Louis Decaroli (1898 – 1968), Eugène de Dietrich (1844 – 1918), Michel Doré,
Achille Fournier, Paul Friderich,
Claude Galopin, Armand Girod (1900 – 1964), Jean-Claude Guénard († 23 Aug 1987), Claude le Guézec, Hervé Guilpin,
Boris Ivanowski,
Charles Jeantaud (1843 – 1906), Janine Jennky,
Roger Labric (1893), Anthony Lago (1893 – Dec 1960), Jean-Noël Lanctuit, René Léonard, André Lombard,
Jacques Maglia, Norbert Mahé, Jean-Pierre Manzagol, Claude Marcq, Maurice Mestivier (1902 – 1975), Paul Meyan (1852), Jacques Monés-Maury (1895? – 27 Jun 1968), Émile Mors (1859 – 1939), Louis Mors (1855 – 1917),
Louis Naudin (1876 – 1913), Jean-Michel Neyrial,
Jean-Claude Ogier,
Jean-Luc Palis, Albert Perrot (1894 – 06 Oct 1950), Jean Porporato (1881), Adam Potocki (the younger one),
Marc Regal (1942?43? – 28 Sep 1997), Georges Richard (1863 – 1922), Louis Rigolly (1876), Émile Roger (1850 – 1897), Anne-Cécile Rose-Itier (1895), André Rossignol (1889), Marc Rozier (1930),
„Sabipa“ (Louis Charavel, 1890), Antoine Schumann, Henri Serpollet (1848 – 1915), Odette Siko, Yvonne Simon (1917 – 16 Aug 1992), Georges Sizaire (1880 – May 1924?34?), Annie Soisbault (1934), Henri Stoffel (1881?),
Paul Torchy (1897 – 19 Sep 1925),
Maurice Varet (1908 – 1985), Auguste Veuillet (1909 – 1980), Christian Vidal, Ferdinand de Vizcaya (1895 – Sep 1932), Carl Voigt

GERMANY (incl. ex-GDR)
Katja Ajak, Reiner Altenheimer, Dieter Ankele, Günther Appel, Georg Arbinger, Walter Assenheimer,
Eberhard de Bary, Willi Bergmeister (Sep 1949), Hartwig Bertrams, Josef Bertzen, Willy Beste († May 1951), Thomas Betzler (1949), Egon Binner (1929 – 1994), Hans-Dieter Blatzheim (1938 – 14 Aug 1985), Werner Boller, Wolfgang Boller (1957?58?), Josef Brambring (1940?41? – 1980), Richard Bremmekamp, Willi Briem, Egon Brütsch (1908?09? – 1988),
Werner Christmann (1938?39?),
Hans-Dieter Dechent (1939?40?), Jörg Denzel (1941 – 1983), Willy Deutsch,
Ralf Eisenreich,
Werner Engel (1922 – 01 May 1958),
Arwed Fischer (1952), Dieter Fröhlich (Jan 1940),
Wilfried Gass (1928 – 1974), Michael Gerber, Horst Godel, Rolf Goetze (1919 – 14 Jul 1962), Karl Gommann († 17 Sep 1950), Berthold Graetz (1908),
Henning Hagenbauer, Bernd Hahne (1942?), Tim Hahne, Ernst von Halle (1905 – 16 Jul 1928), Jürgen Hamelmann (1956?57?), Andy Hänsch, Hans Hargarten, Herbert Hartge, Dieter Hegels (1938?39?), Lilian Heimann-Mayer (1904 – 1957), Günther Hennerici (1924 – 26 Jul 2000), Heinz Hennerici, Peter Hennige (1944?), Heinrich Herbster, Manfred Herbster, Gerd Herrmann, Rudolf Heydel (1911 – 04 Feb 1936), Wilhelm Hild, Peter Hoffmann, Hermann Holbein, Gerhard Holup, Ruprecht Hopfen,
Leonhard Joa, Peter John,
Otto Kälberer, Hartmut Kautz, Mario Ketterer (1950), Georg Kimpel (1895 – 1942), Ernie Kleint (1940? – 28 Sep 1989), Ernst Kraus, Albrecht Krebs (1943),
Richard Leder († Jun 1976), „Werner Lindermann“ (Wilhelm Werner von Sayn-Wittgenstein), Peter Linzen (1944? – 23 Dec 2005), Otto Löhr (1900 – 1989),
Roland Mall, Willy Maurer (1952?), Wolfgang May, Christel Meinecke (1896 – 1978), Harald Menzel (1948?), Christian Michel (1875), Heinz Mölders, Willy von Müller,
Nico Nicole,
Waltraud Odenthal, Peter Orssich (1907 – 1961),
Heinz-Friedrich Peil (Feb 1948), Lothar Pinske (1943),
Thomas Rabe, Christian Riecken († 25 Nov 1950), Max Rieß, Liliane Röhrs, Alois Roppes (1937?38?), Klaus-Peter Rosorius (1940),
Rudolf Sauerwein (1900?01? – 04 Jun 1956), Karl-H. Schäufele, Clemens Schickentanz (1945), Eckhard Schimpf (Jul 1938), Günther Schlüter († 20 Aug 1950), Walter Schlüter (1911 – 2002), Konrad Schmidt (Dec 1947?48?), Gerhard Schüler (1941?42?), Hans Schuller (1929?30? – Jan 2004), Dieter Selzer (1946?47?), Hans Simons (1899 – 12 Mar 1942), Joachim Springer (1921 – 1997), Günter Steckkönig (1936), Rudolf Steinweg (1888 – 02 Nov 1935), Eugen Stößer (1908?09? – 21 Aug 1962), Walter Struckmann (1937?),
Bernd Terbeck (1941), Uwe Teuscher, Manfred Trint (1941?42?),
Udo Wagenhäuser (1951?52?), Max Wagner (1882?83? – 04 Jun 1951), Michel Weber (1938), Julius Weitmann (1908 – 21 Sep 1980), Hannelore Werner (1941?42?), Michael Werner (1954), Peter Wicks, Logan Wilms, Wolfgang Wolf (1949?50?),
Reiner Zweibäumer

GREAT BRITAIN
Dizzy Addicott (1922 – 10 Dec 2005), Don Aldington (1907 – 1997), Pat Appleyard,
Gil Baird († 1990), Dave Baldwin, Jonathan Bancroft, Ken Bartlett († 15 Dec 1960), Helen Bashford-Malkie (1958), Maurice Baumer (1900), Derek Bennett (1933 – 12 Mar 1978), Cecil Bianchi, Martin Bolsover, Bev Bond (1938?39?), John Bridges (1935? – 23 Jan 1998), Ralph Broad (1926), Jim Bullough (1927 – 04 Jun 2005), Gerry Burgess,
Chris Clark (1974), Peter Clarke, Graham Coaker (1933 – 23 May 1971), John A. Cooper (1916 – Mar 1955), John C. Cooper, Ernest Courtis, Chris Cramer,
Val Domleo, John Dorsett (1915?16? – 26 Apr 2001), Curly Dryden (1909? – 06 Oct 1951), Clive Dunfee (1904 – 24 Sep 1932),
Paul Easter (1938), Roy Eccles (1900?01? – 1938), Ron Elkins (1935 – Feb 2001),
Mark Fisher (1973 – 21 Jan 2001), Willie Forbes, Gillian Fortescue-Thomas, Bill Frost, Terry Fullerton,
Drew Gallacher (1944?45? – May 1997), Clive Gallop (1891?92? – 1960), David Good, Kaye Griffiths, Martin Groves,
Betty Haig († 1987), Peter Hanson (1945 – Mar 2002), Ian Hardy Smith (1927?28? – 12 Jul 2005), Nigel Harris (1960 – 23 Sep 1987), Gwenda Hawkes (Jun 1894 – 27 May 1990), Alan Henry (1947), David Hepworth (1939?40? – May 1992), Brian Hetreed (1928?29? – 29 May 1964), Trevor Hopkins (1946?47? – 06 Sep 1999), Ligurd Hornsted, Chris Humberstone (1945?46? – Nov 1998),
Hamish Irvine,
Mike Keen (1928?29? – 21 Aug 1955), Phil Kempe, Bertie Kensington Moir (1900?01? – 11 Mar 1961),
Peter Lawson,
John Mangoletsi, Alan Mann (1937), Lionel Martin (1878 – 14 Oct 1945), Austen May (1910 – Oct 1984), Pauline Mayman, Roger Moran, Richard Morgan (the one who won the FF Festival 1974), Donald & Erle Morley (1931), Harry Mundy (1913?14? – 1988),
John Napier, Montague Napier (1870 – 23 Jan 1931), Chris Nixon (1938 – 03 Jun 2005), Doug Nye (Oct 1945),
Steve Ouvaroff (1935),
Dick Parsons (1952?53? – 07 Jun 1986), Gerry Phillips (1931 – 04 Dec 1996), Roy Pierpoint (1929), Laurence Pomeroy (1883 – 1941 resp. 1907 – 19 Feb 1966), Alec Poole, Davey Powell,
Clive Reeves, Tommy Reid (1934), Brian Robinson, Philip Robinson, Jock Russell (1936),
Doc Shepherd, Bill Smith (1934?35? – 17 Sep 1955), Jimmy Somervail, Alec Stokes (1925 – 07 Nov 2005),
Steve Thompson,
James Thomson,
Bill Urquhart-Dykes,
Alistair Walker, Glenn Waters, Dick Watney (1903 – 09 Aug 1949), John Webb, Nick Whiting (1946 – Jun 1990), Graeme Wight Jr. (1970?71?), Ann Wisdom, Russell Wood, John Woolfe (1932 – 14 Jun 1969),
David Yorke (1913 – 17 Aug 1984)

GREECE
André Embiricos († 23 May 1941), Nicholas Embiricos (1910? – 01 Jul 1941),
„Siroco“ (Tasos Livieratos)

GUATEMALA
Jaroslav Juhan

HUNGARY
Kalman von Csazy,
Sándor Wilheim

IRELAND
Vivion Daly (1954 – 15 Nov 2002),
Gerry Kinnane († Jul 2005),
Brendan McInerney, Frank Meagher (1962 – 10 Mar 2002),
John Pollock


Factual contributions are welcome.

Edited by ReWind, 11 October 2011 - 08:56.


#108 David McKinney

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Posted 10 July 2009 - 19:01

Richie Galloway (Australia) wasn't. Australian

#109 ReWind

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Posted 10 July 2009 - 19:24

@David: Which means he (who for instance is called "Australian" here) is identical to the American driver of the same name?

Edited by ReWind, 10 July 2009 - 19:25.


#110 David McKinney

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Posted 10 July 2009 - 19:40

Gerry Burgess 22/12/20
Peter Clarke 1938
Austen May 4/10/10
Chris Nixon 1/1/38
Gerry Phillips 25/1/35
Bill Smith 6/10/34

#111 David McKinney

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Posted 10 July 2009 - 19:41

@David: Which means he (who for instance is called "Australian" here) is identical to the American driver of the same name?

The Australian Richie Galloway on that site is in fact the American Richie Galloway :)
I think from memory his entrant was Colorado Ski Country, or something like that

Edited by David McKinney, 10 July 2009 - 19:46.


#112 ReWind

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Posted 11 July 2009 - 06:50

Many thanks for those dates, David!

Gerry Phillips 25/1/35

May I ask whether "1935" is a reliable info? I found "1931" here.


#113 David McKinney

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Posted 11 July 2009 - 09:17

Many thanks for those dates, David!
May I ask whether "1935" is a reliable info? I found "1931" here.

I did notice the conflict
My date was supplied by him, but I guess if drivers can knock a few years off their age, so can journalists :)
Bottom line: I don't know which is right

#114 Vitesse2

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Posted 11 July 2009 - 09:42

Speculative shot, from a Times birth announcement:

Clive Gallop - possibly Feb 4th 1892, at Mena House, Pyramids, Egypt. Father of the infant was Reginald G Gallop, a barrister, resident at Lavington House, Wimbledon.

edit: death notice, again in The Times, says he died September 7th 1960, as the result of an accident, aged 68. Full name Reginald Clive Gallop. Described as Lt-Colonel Gallop and lived in Leatherhead, Surrey (like a lot of retired colonels!)

second edit: definitely our man! Marriage announcement from 1932 describes him as "elder son of the late Reginald Gallop".

Edited by Vitesse2, 11 July 2009 - 10:28.


#115 Richard Jenkins

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Posted 11 July 2009 - 10:01

First part of those whose birthdays I'm still looking for (with the info I have so far in brackets):

GREAT BRITAIN
Don Aldington (1907 – 1997) Jim Bullough (1927 – 04 Jun 2005) John Dorsett (1915?16? – 26 Apr 2001, Ron Elkins (1935 – Feb 2001), Peter Hanson (1945 – Mar 2002), David Hepworth (1939?40? – May 1992), Trevor Hopkins (1946?47? – 06 Sep 1999), Chris Humberstone (1945?46? – Nov 1998), Harry Mundy (1913?14? – 1988), , Alec Stokes (1925 – 07 Nov 2005), Nick Whiting (1946 – Jun 1990


Reinhard, all of these are from the British BMD Index:-

Aldington b. 2 Mar 1907 d. September 1997
Bullough b. 1 Apr 1927
Dorsett b. 9 Sep 1915
Elkins b. 13 Jun 1935
Hanson b. 24 Oct 1945
Hepworth b. 28 Jul 1939
Hopkins b. 5 Apr 1947
Humberstone b. 4 Nov 1945 (It says he died October...)
Mundy b. 15 Jan 1916 d. may 1988
Stokes b. 21 Jun 1925
Whiting b. 9 Aug 1946










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Posted 11 July 2009 - 10:46

I'm speechless...

EDIT:

Humberstone b. 4 Nov 1945 (It says he died October...)

Confirmed: He died on 23 October 1998.

Edited by ReWind, 11 July 2009 - 14:07.


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Posted 12 July 2009 - 06:44

After the unexpected success of part 1 here's part two of people whose birthdays I'm still looking for:

ITALY
Giordano Aldrighetti (1905 – 12 Aug 1939), Giovanni Alloatti († 09 Jun 1934), „Amphicar“ (Eugenio Renna), Alberto Apicella, Maria Antonietta d’Avanzo (1890 – 1975),
„Babalus“ (Matteo Santoponte),
Glicerio Barbolini (1924?25? – 07 May 1961), Andrea Barenghi, Vittorio Bellentani (1906 – 26 Mar 1968), Vittorio Belmondo, Eugenio Beria d’Argentina (1897 – 1984), Franco Bernabei (1940), Roberto Bertuzzi (1941?42?), Gabriele Besana, Eddy Bianchi, Ettore Bianco, Giovanni Bonmartini (1896), Giuseppe Bossoni, Gianni Bulgari, Giancarlo Bussi, Giuseppe Busso (1913 – 03 Jan 2006),
Giovanni Canestrini (1893 – 28 May 1975), Luca Canni Ferrari, Ovidio Capelli (1901 – 31 Mar 1962), Renzo Castagneto (1892), Ernesto Ceirano, Giambattista Ceirano (1860 – Oct 1912), Giovanni Ceirano (1865 – 30 Mar 1948), Matteo Ceirano (1870 – 19 Mar 1941), Antonio Chiribiri (1865?67? – Apr 1943), Mario Colucci (1925 – 18 Jun 2004), Decimo Compagnoni, Enzo Corti (Jul 1944 – 24 Mar 1971), Paolo de Cristofaro, Nino Crivellari († 28 Jun 1959), Letterio Cucinotta (1903),
Herbert Demetz (1936 – 22 Dec 1965), „Deo“ (Amedeo Chiribiri), Battista Diatto (1841?42? – 20 Jul 1922), Giovanni Diatto (1936?37? – 25 May 1920),
Corrado Filippini († 15 Mar 1951), Giulio Foresti (1888), Giuseppe Furmanik (1903),
Cesare Gariboldi (1949? – 24 Jan 1989), Pietro Ghersi (1899 – 1972), „Gianfranco“ (G. Trombetti), Paolo Giangrossi, Nicola Gianniberti, Federico Giberti (1909 – 28 Oct 1998),
Gaudenzio Mantova (1944?45? – 1997), Aldo Marazza (1912 – 11 Sep 1938), Carlo Marchetti, Attilio Marinoni (1892? – 18 Jun 1940), Umberto Marzotto, Bindo Maserati (1883 – Sep 1980), Carlo Maserati (1881 – 1910), Ettore Maserati (1894 – 04 Aug 1990), Giulio Masetti (1895 – 25 Apr 1926), Alberto Massimino (1895 – 1975), Guido Meregalli (1894 – 1959), Corrado Millanta († 1983), Giovanni Minozzi (1898), Giorgio Montaldo,
Giancarlo Naddeo, Severino Nardozi (1946), Filippo Niccolini,
Adolfo Orsi (1888 – 20 Dec 1972), Massimiliano Orsini, Enzo Osella (1939?40?),
„Pam“ (Marsilio Pasoti, 1939 – 02 Aug 1989), Luciano Pavesi, Gianfranco Pederzani (1934), Luciano Pederzani (1926 – 10 Jan 1987), Giorgio Pelassa (1913 – 1948), Gianluca Picchi, Franco Pilone,
Orazio Ragaiolo, Susanna Raganelli, Giulio Ramponi (1902 – 17 Dec 1986), Lotario Rangoni (1913 – 02 Oct 1942), Franco Rocchi (1923 – Feb 1996), Gino Rovere,
Carlo Salamano (1891 – 19 Jan 1969), Gabriele Serblin, Luigi Soffietti, Marco Spiga, Bruno Sterzi (1922 – 1980),
Mario Tadini (1905 – Aug 1983), „Tambauto“ (Giuseppe Tambone), Romolo Tavoni (1926), Mario Tolentino (1949), Antonio Tomaini, Pino Trivellato, Vincenzo Trucco, Carlo Truci (1946 – Jun 1992), Beppe Tuffanelli, Cosimo Turizio,
Emilio Villoresi (1914 – 20 Jun 1939), Eugenio Visco, Giovanni Volpi, Giampaolo Volpini († Mar 1970),
Edoardo Weber (1889 – 17 May 1945)


JAPAN
Takamichi Fujinaga, Yoshimasa Fujiwara,
Matsuhisa Kojima (the team owner),
Kenji Momota (1963), Toshio Motohashi,
Yoshio Nakamura (1918 – 03 Dec 1994),
Fumiyasu Sato, Masao Segawa

KENYA
Yvonne Mehta,
Vic Preston Sr. (1928?29? – 02 Oct 1998)

LUXEMBURG
Christian Hauser

MEXICO
Javier Collado, Jaime Cordero,
Johnny Gerber

MONACO
Michel Boéri

NETHERLANDS
Wim Boshuis († 26 Jul 1975),
Hendrik ten Cate,
Erwin Doctor,
Joseph Göttgens (1913? – 12 May 1957),
Tonio Hildebrand (1931 – 26 Aug 2005),

Ko Kasse,
Jaap Luyendijk (1922? – 15 Feb 2005),
Marc-Jan Vlassak (1973?)

NEW ZEALAND
Bill Aston, Kim Austin (1958? – 13 Jan 2004),
Bryan Faloon (1944 – 08 Jan 1972),
Ian Gamble (1942 – 31 Aug 2005), Ross Greenville (1941?),
Syd Jensen († Jul 1999),
George Lawton († 10 Sep 1960), Roly Levis (Feb 1925),
Alan McCall (1940)

POLAND
Eliot Zborowski (1858 – 01 Apr 1903)

PORTUGAL
Joaquim Santos

ROMANIA
Gheorghe Ghica Cantacuzino (1902 – 1987), Matei Ghica Cantacuzino (1906 – 1988),
Jean Haimovici

SOUTH AFRICA
Bobby Bothner (1908 – Oct 1956),
Roy Hesketh (1914?15? – 19 Sep 1944), Jack Holme,
Buller Meyer (1899 – 1958),
Ralph Rohr (1913 – 2001), Trevor van Rooyen,
Tom Scheckter (1910 – 1973), Aldo Scribante (1913?14? – 2004?),
Bernard Tilanus (1945?),
Syd van der Vyver (1920? – 20 Aug 1989),
Norm Wilson (1911?12? – 18 Apr 1942)

SPAIN
David Bosch (1973),
Jorge Catón (the younger one), Ramón Caus (1978),
Arturo Elizalde (1871 – 04 Dec 1925),
José-Luis Llobell,
José Pérez Fontan (1978),
„Vega“ (Guillermo Oliveras de la Riva, 1907? - 1938)

SWEDEN
Jerry Åhlin (1960),
Susann Bergvall, Jocke Birgersson, Peter Bohlin, Ruben Börjesson (1945),
Peter Carlsson,
Håkan Dahlqvist (1947), Per-Ove Davidsson,
Bo Emanuelsson,
Lasse Gundler (1962?63? – Feb 1991), Sten Gunnarsson,
Thomas Johansson,
Anders Lindberg, Leif Lindström, Carl Lohmander, Bertil Lundberg (1915 – 22 Mar 2005),
Mats Nygren,
Håkan Olausson,
„Sven du Rietz“ (Frederic Sandström),
Gunnar Thermaenius (1937?38? – 24 Jun 1965),
Henken Widengren, Per Wiktor Widengren, Ursula Wirth


SWITZERLAND
Beat Amacher,
Walter Baltisser (1947), Ciro Basadonna (1906), Fritz Baumann (1939? – Dec 1994), Vittorio Bellasi, Beat Blatter,
Adriano Cimarosti (1937),
Charles Dufaux (1879 – 1950), Frédéric Dufaux (1881 – 1962),
Chuck Graemiger, Ami Guichard (1920?21? – Jun 1986),
Franz Hammernick, Arthur Heuberger,
Beat Jans,
Fausto Meyrat († 09 Jun 1959), Emma Munz,
Christophe Nicod,
Giordano Regazzoni, Georges Roesch (1891 – 1969),
Kurt Sauter, Fredy Schnarwiler, Peter Staechelin (1921?22?), Hans Stuber (1895?96? – 03 Mar 1956), Hans Studer (1897?98?), Patrick Studer,
Jean-Pierre Trachsel,
Fridolin Wettstein, Hans Wiedmer

URUGUAY
Fernando Rama (1980)

USA
Bobby Aiken, Tyler Alexander (1940?41?),
Eddie Bald, Gordon Betz (1918?), John Bishop, Keith Black (1926?27? – 1991), Doug Boyer, Kelly Brown, Bob Bruins, „Alexander Burton“,
Joe Castellano, Phil Castronovo, Russ Catlin (1908 – 1983), Dave Causey, Jack Chrisman (1928 – 17 Aug 1989), Gene Coyle (1955 – 13 May 1991), Bill Cuddy,
Clarence Gray Dinsmore (1847 – 1905), Duke Donaldson, Glenn Dunnaway (1915? – 15 Mar 1964), Dick Durant, Tom Dutton,
Charlie Earwood (1924?25?),
Mike Fons, Gerry Forsythe, Brad Frisselle (1949), Larry Fullerton,
Rich Galloway (1940?41?), Mike Goth, Vince Granatelli, Shirl Greer, Michael Gue (Mar 1946),
Frank Hall, Harry Harkness (1876?77? – 23 Jan 1919), Bob Harper (1930?31? – Mar 1985), Isabelle Haskell (1930?), Joe Hauser (1918?19?), George Heath (1876 – 1955), Cotton Henning (1896 – Dec 1948), Tommy Herbert, Elton Hildreth (1916?17?), Tommy Hitchcock (1939), Joe Horan (1881 – 16 Sep 1932),
Leonard Janke,

Bobby Keck, Charlie Kemp, Jim Kimberly († 1994), Frank Kulick (1882 – 1965), Larry Kulok,
Bruce Larson, Larry Lombardo, Pete Lyons (1940),
Henry Manney,
Ronnie Martin, Pop McGinnis, John Mecom Jr. (1938?), John Menard (1940), Pop Myers (Feb 1874 – 13 Mar 1954),
Gary Ormsby (1941 - 28 Aug 1991), Bennie Osborn, Mark Oswald,
Gene Pacheco, Lennie Page, Bob Pankratz (1916), Goldie Parsons (1940?41?), Dick Passwater, Roy Pike (1939),
Doug Revson (1941 – 23 Jul 1967), Herman Rigling, Jerry Ruth,
Ed Schartman, Don Schumacher (1944), Lou Sell (1936), Chris Simmons, Bruton Smith (1927), Alwin Springer (1943),
Richard Tharp, Fred Treadway,
Jan de Vroom,
George Walther, Jim Walther, Bud Winfield (Apr 1904 – Oct 1950),
Gregg Young

Edited by ReWind, 11 October 2011 - 08:57.


#118 Richard Jenkins

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Posted 12 July 2009 - 08:22

Reinhard, I am sure there are some US ones that I can solve. Bear with me a few days...

#119 David McKinney

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Posted 12 July 2009 - 08:56

Syd Jensen 1923 - don't think I've ever seen anything more specific

Have never heard of a NZ driver called Bill Aston

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#120 ReWind

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Posted 12 July 2009 - 09:28

Re Syd Jensen: At least that is a start.

EDIT:
One step further: According to this site his name was Sydney Harold Jensen, b. 1922, d. 27 July 1999 in Taupo.

Re Bill Aston: He is listed as New Zealander here. If in fact that one was the well-known Englishman Bill Aston (1900 - 1974) it would mean he travelled to New Zealand and raced there at the age of 53 just one week after he competed in the Coronation Trophy race at Crystal Palace on 25 May 1953.

Oops... just when I looked this up I noticed that the man was spelled "Ashton" in the results of the Dunedin Road Race 1953.

Does Bill Ashton ring a bell?

Edited by ReWind, 12 July 2009 - 09:36.


#121 speedman13

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Posted 12 July 2009 - 10:20

Emillio Villoresi was born on the 17th December 1913.

#122 ReWind

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Posted 12 July 2009 - 10:54

Wow, speedman13, that is a great piece of info! :up:

Would you mind to tell us where you found it?

#123 David McKinney

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Posted 12 July 2009 - 11:03

Yep, Bill Ashton's good

Syd Jensen may have been born late 1922. His second name was not Harold though, but Harald

#124 speedman13

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Posted 12 July 2009 - 13:59

On his grave.

#125 Vitesse2

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Posted 12 July 2009 - 14:29

Bill Urquhart-Dykes died before April 9th 1981. That is the death date of his widow, whose home was in Cobham, Surrey.

His father, William Alston Dykes, an officer in the Cameronians, seems to have hailed originally from Hamilton in Scotland, but there also seems to be an Irish connection, as both Bill's mother and wife were from Dundalk. Assuming Bill was born the right side of the blanket, then his dob is after December 3rd 1896, which is when his parents married in Dundalk.

Edit: I think I've found him! But apparently on the wrong side of the blanket - August 13th 1896 in Hamilton.

The caveat is of course that this could be a younger brother of Bill's father - the Times birth announcement (17/8/1896) is unclear and says that the father of the infant was William Dykes of London. OTOH, the father of the December groom is described as William Alston Dykes of Hamilton.

Edited by Vitesse2, 12 July 2009 - 14:48.


#126 ReWind

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Posted 12 July 2009 - 15:09

On his grave.

That's good enough for me. :)
(Maybe also for the makers of "Motorsport Memorial" and for Leif Snellman.
I wonder whether they follow this thread or not.)



#127 speedman13

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Posted 12 July 2009 - 16:14

Mario Tadini 12th October 1906

#128 ReWind

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Posted 12 July 2009 - 19:40

You don't mix up Mario Tadini with Piero Taruffi, do you?

#129 Richard Jenkins

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Posted 12 July 2009 - 20:38

After the unexpected success of part 1 here's part two of people whose birthdays I'm still looking for:


USA
Gordon Betz (1918?), Jack Chrisman (1928 – 17 Aug 1989)


Reinhard, my normal living people birthdate search is playing up, so here's a few death confirmed ones

Sources: SSDI= Social Security Death Index, CDI= Californian Death Index

Gordon Betz b. 18 Jul 1918 (SSDI)
Jack Chrisman b. 9 May 1928 (CDI)


#130 ReWind

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Posted 13 July 2009 - 17:52

Gordon Betz b. 18 Jul 1918 (SSDI)

I’m sorry, Richie, but that is not the one I am looking for.

Your man was a resident of Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
The Gordon Betz of my request was a co-founder of the USAC and hailed from California, though. (Source)

He lived to celebrate his 90th birthday on a still unknown date. (Source)
But while doing some research I had to learn that he died recently, i.e. on 24 May 2009 in Arizona. (Source)


#131 Richard Jenkins

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Posted 13 July 2009 - 21:48

But while doing some research I had to learn that he died recently, i.e. on 24 May 2009 in Arizona. (Source)


Sorry Reinhard. Mind you, if he died recently, it means he will be the SSDI shortly. I'll make a note to myself to check the May/June deaths when it appears in... August I think. The excellent birthdatabase free birthdate site seems to have disappeared. :(



#132 ReWind

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Posted 14 July 2009 - 06:52

he will be in the SSDI shortly.

He's already there as John G. Betz, b. 28 March 1918.


#133 Richard Jenkins

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Posted 14 August 2009 - 16:46

After the unexpected success of part 1 here's part two of people whose birthdays I'm still looking for:

USA
Tyler Alexander (1940?41?), Vince Granatelli, John Mecom Jr. (1938?), Dick Passwater

The US birth website is back, so here goes..

Tyler Alexander 8th Oct 1941 (I beleive)
Granatelli 15th June 1944
John Mecom 9th Oct 1939
Dick Passwater 24th Jul 1925


Not much but it all helps...... The bottom three I am 100% confident on.. Alexander 95% confident on - I can't recall where he's from...






#134 ReWind

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Posted 14 August 2009 - 17:28

Thanks!

Tyler Alexander 8th Oct 1941 (I believe)
I can't recall where he's from...

Massachusetts. Born in Boston, residing in Hingham (AFAIK)

Granatelli 15th June 1944

That is Vince Granatelli Jr., Andy Granatelli's son who died in 2005.

Actually I was looking for Vince Granatelli (Sr.), brother of Joe (1919 - 2003) & Andy (1923). :blush:


John Mecom 9th Oct 1939

Do you have his complete name? It should match John W. Mecom, Jr.

On the web I read somewhere that he was 28 years old when in December 1966 he became the owner of the "New Orleans Saints". If he was born in October 1939 he would have been just 27!

Edited by ReWind, 14 August 2009 - 18:09.


#135 Richard Jenkins

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Posted 14 August 2009 - 21:32

John Whitfield Mecom Jr., son of John Whitfield Mecom Sr. - Texas Birth Index.

John Jr's son is John Whitfield Mecom III.....
:)



#136 Vitesse2

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Posted 18 March 2010 - 23:49

Emillio Villoresi was born on the 17th December 1913.

Confirmed in Il Littoriale, issue dated June 20th 1939.

Which date, you will no doubt notice Reinhard (and others), is the one normally quoted for Emilio's death. In fact, he died on the 19th. I think we can blame David Venables for that one - he says "Monday June 20th" in "Racing 1500s". June 20th 1939 was a Tuesday: I've found a few other dates in the 1939 chapter are out by one day - I think he was actually using a 1938 calendar by mistake!


#137 jrally

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Posted 20 March 2010 - 12:03


Good morning !

I would like to know if someone have those informations :

Donald Morley (GB) - date of birth
Brian Nelson (IRL) - date and place of birth
John Wallwork (GB) - date and place of birth
Raymond Brookes (GB) - date and place of birth
Gerald Burgess (GB) - date and place of birth
Geoff Mabbs (GB) - date and place of birth
Jack Tordoff (GB) - date and place of birth
Cahal Curley (IRL) - date and place of birth
Dessie McCartney (IRL) - date and place of birth
Ger Buckley (IRL) - date and place of birth
Stephen Finlay (GB) - date and place of birth
Frank meagher (IRL) - date of birth
David Pattison (GB) - date and place of birth
Ian Greer (IRL) - date and place of birth

Thanks in advance
Best regards from Portugal
Jorge



#138 ReWind

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Posted 28 November 2010 - 18:49

This old thread seems to be a good place to ask whether someone has access to Carsten Frimodt's book "De tre racermusketerer" which deals with Danish racing drivers Jens Christian Legarth, Jørgen Ellekær & Hartvig ”Cognac” Conradsen.

If so: Does it contain the birth dates of Legarth and Conradsen?

#139 Vitesse2

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Posted 07 October 2011 - 12:38

Would anybody have a birth date for Austin and ERA designer Tom Murray Jamieson? The only reference I can find to his age is in Harrison's "Austin: a racing history", which says that "towards the end of 1934" he was "only 28", so he was presumably born in either 1905 or 1906.

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#140 Allen Brown

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Posted 07 October 2011 - 13:45

Would anybody have a birth date for Austin and ERA designer Tom Murray Jamieson? The only reference I can find to his age is in Harrison's "Austin: a racing history", which says that "towards the end of 1934" he was "only 28", so he was presumably born in either 1905 or 1906.


The Birth Index narrows it down to Oct-Nov-Dec 1905 in St Pancras (Vol 1b Page 20 if you want to invest in the birth certificate).

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Posted 08 October 2011 - 08:45

1905 is confirmed by an obituary which you will get a link to if you - I do not kid you! - google for "Thomae Murray Jamieson".

BTW: Is Murray a middle name or part of the surname?

#142 Vitesse2

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Posted 08 October 2011 - 10:25

1905 is confirmed by an obituary which you will get a link to if you - I do not kid you! - google for "Thomae Murray Jamieson".

OCR software glitch?  ;)

BTW: Is Murray a middle name or part of the surname?

One of those two-part non-hyphenated surnames, like EC Gordon England and JG Parry Thomas. :)

#143 David McKinney

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Posted 08 October 2011 - 10:57

I would have thought Thomas was the man's surname? He was often referred to as J G P Thomas. Unless of course you've seen his death certificate...

#144 Allen Brown

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Posted 08 October 2011 - 11:24

The Register of Births shows him as:

JAMIESON, Thomas Murray

National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations) shows him as:

JAMIESON, Thomas Murray

and mentions his wife as Sybil Jamieson, not Sybil Murray Jamieson.

So I would conclude that Murray was a middle name.

J G P Thomas was John Godfrey Parry Thomas, 1884-1927, a completely different person.

Edited by Allen Brown, 08 October 2011 - 11:25.


#145 Allen Brown

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Posted 08 October 2011 - 11:45

While we're on the subject, Parry Thomas was always called Parry Thomas in period but is now called Parry-Thomas (hyphenated) by Wikipedia and others.

When he was born, he was registered as:

THOMAS, John Godfrey P

just as David says, and is listed in the probate calendar as:

THOMAS, John Godfrey Parry

So not a two-part non-hyphenated surnames at all. Either an affectation, to which we are all fully entitled, or a misunderstanding some time later.

And, because you knew I was going to do this and I don't want to let your down,

ENGLAND, Eric Cecil G

His parents were George England and Amy England, not George Gordon England and Amy Gordon England. Same situation.

#146 David McKinney

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Posted 08 October 2011 - 11:59

Thank you Allen :up:

I think I read that JGP's descendants are now called Parry-Thomas, but was equally sure the man himself was Thomas

Didn't know about Gordon England, though have to admit I always thought of him as Mr England

I'm fairly sure that Bertie Kensington Moir, on the other hand, had a non-hiphenated two-part surname

#147 Vitesse2

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Posted 08 October 2011 - 12:08

Hmmm ... can ... worms.

Based on that, it would appear then that he preferred to be known by his full name "Tom Murray Jamieson". In an era where publications tended to refer to people purely by their surnames, most of the printed references I've seen are to "Murray Jamieson". Perhaps this was to distinguish him from his contemporary John Jameson of Jameson Aero Engines?

As for Parry Thomas - even Hugh Tours' book doesn't make it clear. Although his father was the Rev JW Thomas, the "Parry" comes from his mother's maiden name. In the space of three paragraphs, Tours calls him "Godfrey", "the young Parry Thomas" and simply "Thomas" - the name by which everybody at Leyland knew him. A little further on, he quotes Reid Railton:

I never permitted myself the familiarity of calling him anything else [than Thomas]. Most of his later friends among the racing fraternity called him 'Tommy', and to his family he was Godfrey. Nobody ever called him Parry.

Yet, again, the contemporary press references are often to "Parry Thomas" - as is the title of Tours' book!

#148 LotusElise

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Posted 08 October 2011 - 12:54

This isn't particularly helpful, but I've found that people who lived in the early part of the 20th century often went by names that were nothing to do with the given name on their birth certificate. If Parry Thomas's father was also a John, it is likely that he went by one of his middle names (Godfrey it seems) with family, from an early age.

Going by the elderly people I've encountered, male names like "Jack" or "Tommy" can be short for almost anything. Likewise "Meg" or "Dolly" for women.

It only takes one person to hyphenate or alter a surname, too, for it to become the accepted form. I think it is only modern fraud concerns that have made casual name-changing frowned upon these days.

#149 Allan Lupton

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Posted 08 October 2011 - 13:41

Based on that, it would appear then that he preferred to be known by his full name "Tom Murray Jamieson". In an era where publications tended to refer to people purely by their surnames, most of the printed references I've seen are to "Murray Jamieson". Perhaps this was to distinguish him from his contemporary John Jameson of Jameson Aero Engines?

Not sure about Murray Jamieson, but in the days when the unadorned surname was normally used, the use of "Parry Thomas" to distinguish which Thomas you were referring to (and to make it clear you were not referring to a close family member by his first name) would be normal. When in the 1950s given names were more commonly used, even in semi-formal circumstances, it was not uncommon for someone to change which of his names he used - a colleague at work called Adam Roger B***** was known to us as Adam, but had been Roger at school. Similarly several men I knew were known by a name that was not formally theirs such as F.A.B. ("Mike") Gaire, E.M. ("Joe") Strover and E.R. ("Peter") Owen - not to mention C.T. "Tom" Delaney where his second name was Terence, but he must have been called "Tom" to distinguish him from his father, L.T. Delaney, who was known as Terry

Edited by Allan Lupton, 08 October 2011 - 13:43.


#150 Allen Brown

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Posted 09 October 2011 - 10:43

The modern standard is for someone to have two forenames and to be known by the first of those names, so we may not realise that this has not always been such a standard. In researching my family tree, I have found quite a few people known by their second forename and it seems that these are often the case where the child's first name is chosen to honour a grandparent but the second forename is the one actually used. In my own case, Allen is the third of my forenames, the other two being my grandfather's names, but I have only ever been called Allen. My father-in-law is known to his brother and sister by his "middle name" but to his friends and colleagues by his first name.

So it is quite possible that, like me, Archibald G F Nash was known by his third name, Fraser. However, he didn't actually change his name - as Wikipedia claims - from "Fraser Nash" to "Fraser-Nash" as he is clearly shown in the England & Wales Register of Deaths under 'N', not under 'F'. We can all change the name by which we wish to be known - ask Lulu or Gideon Osborne, our current Chancellor of the Exchequer - but unless we use a deed poll, nothing has changed legally.

Maybe there was a common inter-war affectation of wanting to look double-barrelled. David Lloyd George had done exactly this and as Prime Minister for much of the inter-war period, he may have started or contributed towards such a trend. Rugby player Eric Loudoun-Shand is another example from this time, as is Edith Woodford-Grimes who did exactly the same thing but employing one of her husband's middle names.

But if we want to be accurate, we should list Murray Jamieson under J, Parry Thomas under T, Gordon England under E and Fraser Nash under N.