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Lynn Wolfe Leyland (1895–1980)

Changed his name by deed poll from Lynn Wolfe Levy to Lynn Wolfe Leyland in 1924. London Gazette, 7 March 1924, p 2106

Was a second lieutenant in the King's Liverpool Regiment and an Acting Captain of the Cheshire Regiment of the British Army in World War I.

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  • Levy, Lynn Wolfe

16 February, 1895
Liverpool, Merseyside, England


1 November, 1980 (aged 85)
Colchester, Essex, England

Cause of Death

heart disease

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