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Alumni cantabrigienses; a biographical list of all known students, graduates and holders of office at the University of Cambridge, from the earliest times to 1900
Alumni cantabrigienses; a biographical list of all known students, graduates and holders of office at the University of Cambridge, from the earliest times to 1900
http://www.archive.org/stream/p1alumnicantabri03univuoft#page/298/mode/2up/search/Archdale+PALMER 
 
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AP Wickham with Mehala and Peter Trevaldwyn
AP Wickham with Mehala and Peter Trevaldwyn
AP Wickham with Mehala and Peter Trevaldwyn 
 
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Aunt Liz at Rex & Jeanette's Wedding
Aunt Liz at Rex & Jeanette's Wedding
 
 
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Biplane fighter aces

The Commonwealth

Wing Commander Peter Reginald Whalley Wickham DSO DFC and Bar, RAF no. 33403
Biplane fighter aces The Commonwealth Wing Commander Peter Reginald Whalley Wickham DSO DFC and Bar, RAF no. 33403
PDF copy of web page at http://surfcity.kund.dalnet.se/commonwealth_wickham.htm 
 
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Brian Cottee
Brian Cottee
 
 
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Debden After Hours - Peter Wickham standing on extreme left.
in the photo (L-R, standing): G/C Wickham, Gilbert Hunt (336), Warren Johnson (336), John Godfrey (336), Roylance "Dutch" Henwick (on Detached Service from the SAAF), Neil Van Wyk (336). Sitting behind Van Wyk is Arthur Murphy, (HQ squadron, 33rd Service Group) (with the pipe). Sitting at the table in front of them are (L-R) Fred Glover, 336 ad Nathan Lippman, (4th HQ, Group Flight Surgeon). Brief biographies of all of these men are available in our Personnel section on the website)
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England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations) for Reginald Trelawney Wickham
England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations) for Reginald Trelawney Wickham
 
 
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Evelyn Mary de Luigi inc young Nina & Marghie
Evelyn Mary de Luigi inc young Nina & Marghie
 
 
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James Franck Bright (1832-1880)
James Franck Bright (1832-1880)
http://www.picturehistory.com/product/id/25347 
 
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Mehala and Peter Trevaldwyn East Brent
Mehala and Peter Trevaldwyn East Brent
Mehala and Peter Trevaldwyn growing up at East Brent Vicarage 
 
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Mehala Trevaldwyn
Mehala Trevaldwyn
 
 
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Memories from Mehala's 90th Party - Catherine Trevaldwyn
Memories from Mehala's 90th Party - Catherine Trevaldwyn
 
 
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Memories from Mehala's 90th Party - Josephine and Tom
Memories from Mehala's 90th Party - Josephine and Tom
 
 
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Memories from Mehala's 90th Party - Liz
Memories from Mehala's 90th Party - Liz
 
 
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Memories from Mehala's 90th Party - Morwenna
Memories from Mehala's 90th Party - Morwenna
 
 
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Mention in Despatches
Mention in Despatches
Took part in Operation Torch, 1943 
 
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Peter R W Wickham
from http://www.americanairmuseum.com/person/241076
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Peter Reginald Whalley Wickham

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Peter Wickham - Medals via Simon Muggleton

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Peter Wickham meeeting the Queen
Peter Wickham meeeting the Queen
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Peter Wickham with HM The Queen in 1953.
Peter Wickham with HM The Queen in 1953.
 
 
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Peter Wickham with HM The Queen in 1953.

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Possible Peter Wickham (child)
Possible Peter Wickham (child)
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Probate record
Probate record
In England & Wales, Index of Wills and Probates, 1853-1943 
 
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Rev. Trevaldwyn 1928
Rev. Trevaldwyn 1928
Committee Marldon Show 1928- Back L/R Alf Bennett, Alf Heath, Mr Mudge,Bill Brown, Frank Harvey, Jim Furze, Rev. Trevaldwyn. Middle. Dickie French, ?, Abe Selley,Bert Bridgeman, Ernest Wills, Eli Seaward, Front. Mr Harris, Violet Stranger,Miss Mudge, George White,Jackie Seaward. 
 
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Ted Wickham
Ted Wickham
Ted Wickham with his children in Tanganika 
 
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Ted Wickham in Tanganika on right with his two children
Ted Wickham in Tanganika on right with his two children
Ted Wickham in Tanganika on right with his two children 
 
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WICKHAM, OF HORSINGTON
WICKHAM, OF HORSINGTON
WICKHAM, OF HORSINGTON.

WICKHAM, JAMES ANTHONY, esq. of North Hill House, Frome, Somenetshire, lieutenant-colonel of the North Somerset Yeomanry cavalry, 6. in 1768, succeeded his father, 1791, m. in '■*7\ 1800, Marianne, daughter and heir of Hill Dawe, esq. of

Bridge water, and by her, who died in 1834, has issu«,

James-whalley-dawe-thomas, captain in the North Somerset yeomanry cavalry, who m. in 1834, Lucy Matilda, daughter of William Leader, esq.

Francis-Dawe, barrister-at-law.

Hill-Dawe, M.A. in holy orders.

Edmund-Dawe, M.A. in holy orders, m. in 1838, Emma, only child of Archdale Palmer, of Cheam Park, Surrey.

Mary-Agnes, m. in 1827, to Colonel William Fawcdt,

14th regiment of foot, and has issue.
Caroline, d. unm.
Susan-Ann.
[graphic]

Uineage.

This family is supposed to be descended from Johu Wycomb, of Bristol, who represented that city in parliament, 1346. Several of its members, who spelt their names Wicomb, Wickham, and Wykehara indifferently, anciently filled the office of sheriff of Bristol, and Theobald Wickham was high sheriff for Somerset in 1393.

Wikeham, m. Elizabeth, daughter and co-heir of Thomas Sylver, who in the year 1463, purchased of Sir Theobald Gorge, houses and lands in Horsington and South Cheriton, which had belonged to Thomas Tragin, who held them of William de Newmarch, or de Novo Mercatu, as written in the original deed still extant, and to whose ancestor they were granted by William the Conqueror.

John Wykehah, who in 1536, possessed lands in Milborn Port, was the issue of this marriage. He married Cecilia, who was living at Horsington in 1561, and had a son,

James Wickham, who wedded Margaret

Servington. and died in 1576, seised of the

rectory of Charlton Horethorne. His widow

survived many years. He left inter alios,

Christopher, of Horsington.

James, of the Middle Temple, died in

1586, t.p. Anthony. The third son,

Anthony Wickham, of Horsington, was, as well as his wife Catherine, living in 1612, and had with several other children,
 
 
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WICKHAM, OF HORSINGTON part 2
WICKHAM, OF HORSINGTON part 2
James Wickham, bapt. at Horsington, in 1596, father of

Thomas Wickham, bapt. at HorsingUs. in 1628. He m. Martha, daughter of Tb»in.is Rolt, esq. of Abbas Comb, and had itsue,

l. Thomas, bapt. in 1656, rector of Horsington. He m. Elizabeth. it of George Thomas, esq. of Mir>i Court, and died in 1724, leaving i» which became Extinct in the secok generation. Ii. Richard. The second son,

Richard Wickham, esq. of Sherborw. in Dorsetshire, banker, left by Mary, h» wife, four sons, namely, i. James, his heir. Ii. William, who settled in Hollar*

and left issue, ill. John, of Sherborne, m. Ann Smii of Bristol, and died 1774, leaving oci son,

John, in holy orders, rector »■
Horsington, who m. Margire'-
daughter of William Provis, of
Shepton Mallet, and dying '-
1783. aged fifty-three, left is*
1. William P>roris, ia holy or-
ders, m. Annabella, daa^t-
ter of Stevens Totwo, e*».
barrister-at-law, and •*•
issue,

Provis-Trelawney,
of Shepton Mallet  
 
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Wing Commander Peter Reginald Whalley Wickham DSO DFC and Bar, RAF no. 33403
Wing Commander Peter Reginald Whalley Wickham DSO DFC and Bar, RAF no. 33403
Wing Commander Peter Reginald Whalley Wickham DSO DFC and Bar, RAF no. 33403

At the end of the war a full account of his wartime activities was prepared to support a recommendation for a DSO, this listing his claims as ten confirmed, seven probables and 15 damaged. The DSO citation, which appeared in August 1945, combined the two former figures and credited him with 17.

Wickham ended the war with 4 biplane victories and a total of 7 (plus another 3 without details) destroyed.  
 
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Young Evelyn Mary Brancker  (left) + cousin
Young Evelyn Mary Brancker (left) + cousin
Young Evelyn Mary Brancker (left) + cousin 
 


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