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Bertram Pearson,
Born 1983 wakefield 
Died 17th August 1984 At Cheltenham
DSO 1917 WW1
WW1 Medical Card East Yorkshire Regiment Second Lieutenant  GRO ref WO372/15

CB  1947
Accountant General to the Ministry 
of education  from 1944 to 1955 and 
Under-Secretary from 1946 to 1955


Several Enteries in Who's Who.  
126th Year of Issue, 1974- 1975. 
134th Year of Issue, 1982- 1983.  
135th Year of Issue, 1983- 1984.  
137th Year of Issue, 1985- 1986. Obituary section. 


The Times 
Tueday 13 december 1910
OXFORD University 
QUEENS COLLEGE
the following elections have been made tonight at queens college

To Hastings Exibitions
Bertram Lamb Pearson , Wakefield School, Honary Scholar, Classics

The Times 12 oct 1970
Golden wedding aniversary
Pearson/Stewart
On 12th Oct 1920 at Christ Church, Lancaster gate
Bertram Lamb Pearson to
Gladys Mary Stewart.
Present Address Mountfield, Crowborough, Sussex

Times 1980
In her 90th year,
Gladys Mary ( nee Stewart) , adored wife of
Bertram lamb Pearson, of 15 Queens court, Cheltenham
Funeral Service at Cheltenham Crematorium
on monday, 4th Feb at 12:30pm
Flowers may be sent to Selim Smith & Co, Cheltenham

possible 1901 census for Gladys Stewart
age  born                     census          place
8    Th Ditton Surrey         Surrey          Th Ditton   
9     Essex                   Stratford Essex Cann Hall   
9     Tunbridge Wells Kent    London          Lee   
10    Cornwall Penzance       Cornwall        Penzance   
11    Yorks Yayham            East Riding     Yapham Cum Meltonby Entire   

The Times 1984
On August 17th at Cheltenham,
Bertram lamb Pearson, CB. DSO. MC 
( former accountant General of Dept of Education and Science)
Beloved husband of Gla.
Funeral service Cheltenham Crematorium
Wednesday 22nd August, 2pm
No flowers Please, Donations to 
SSAFA, 27 Queen Anne's Gate, London SW1
Enquiries to Selim Smith and Co.
Tel: 0242 525383

Pearson and Silver awards

Mr Bertram Pearson, CB, DSO, MC, MA, 
who was a member of the Council of the MINERVA Trust 
from 1958 until 1969, died in 1984 leaving a share 
in the residue of his estate to the Trust with a request 
that it be used for the purpose of promoting and furthering 
the study and pursuit of classical learning in Greek and 
Latin in the schools of the Trust.



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