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Lionel Mordaunt Broome Salmon       1888-1964
Lionel was born on 6 June 1888, the twin son of Capt. Mordaunt Broome Salmon and Maud Ethel Hancock. Henrietta Elizabeth Keays Young       1890-1976
"Betty" was born on 19 December 1890, the daughter of Lieut-Col. Henry William Keays-Young and Henrietta Talbot Macnaughtan.
I have identified the following children.
  David Edward Broome Born 4 Dec 1918   Kent Married Doreen Hunter
Henry Lionel Broome Born abt 1919   Berkshire Married Kathleen Mary Iris Begg
Gerald Mordaunt Broome Born 27 Sep 1921   Berkshire Married Margaret Anne Pike
Hugh Talbot Broome Born 11 Feb 1924   Kent KIA 25 Nov 1941
Margaret Henrietta Broome Born abt 1926   Kent Married John Gordon Murray Pittendrigh
Alec George Broome Born abt 1933   Kent Married Mary Wallace Macfarlane

Birth of Parents
Lionel Mordaunt Broome Salmon b: 6 Jun 1888               East Sussex       1888 2Q Hastings 2b 47
twin son of Capt. M. B. Salmon and Maud Ethel Hancock

Henrietta Elizabeth Keays Young       b: 19 Dec 1890         Chart Sutton, Kent       1891 1Q Hollingbourne 2a 786
daughter of Lt-Col.Henry William Keays-Young (1836-1902) and Henrietta Talbot Macnaughtan (1867-1959)

The Times, Tuesday, Aug 17, 1915                         Marriage
FORTHCOMING MARRIAGES
Captain L. M. B. Salmon and Miss Keays-Young

  A marriage has been arranged between Captain L. M. B. Salmon, 1st Battalion The Welch Regiment, older twin son of the late Captain M. B. Salmon, 3rd Q.O. Bombay Light Cavalry, and of Mrs. Vicars, Avandale, Chesterfield-road, Eastbourne, and Henrietta Elizabeth (Betty), elder daughter of the late Lieutenant-Colonel H. W. Keays-Young, 17th Lancers and 18th Royal Irish Regiment, J.P.m and of Mrs, Keays-Young, of Eylesden, Chart Sutton, near Maidstone.

Marriage
1 Jan 1916
Lionel Mordaunt Broome Salmon
Henrietta Elizabeth Keays Young
1916 1Q Hollingbourne 2a 1807

Children
David Edward Broome Salmon b: 4 Dec 1918               Chart Sutton, Kent       1918 4Q Hollingbourne 2a 1299
son of Lionel Mordaunt Broome Salmon and Henrietta Elizabeth Keays Young  Died 5 Aug 1957
Henry Lionel Broome Salmon b: abt 1919               Waltham St. Lawrence, Berkshire       1919 4Q Maidenhead 2c 824
son of Lionel Mordaunt Broome Salmon and Henrietta Elizabeth Keays Young
Gerald Mordaunt Broome Salmon b: 27 Sep 1921               Waltham St. Lawrence, Berkshire       1921 3Q Maidenhead 2c 768
son of Lionel Mordaunt Broome Salmon and Henrietta Elizabeth Keays Young  Died 16 Apr 1921
Hugh Talbot Broome Salmon b: 11 Feb 1924               Chart Sutton, Kent       1924 1Q Hollingbourne 2a 1495
son of Lionel Mordaunt Broome Salmon and Henrietta Elizabeth Keays Young   KIA 25 Nov 1941
Margaret Henrietta Broome Salmon b:abt 1926               Chart Sutton, Kent       1926 1Q Hollingbourne 2a 1461
daughter of Lionel Mordaunt Broome Salmon and Henrietta Elizabeth Keays Young
Alec George Broome Salmon b: abt 1933               Chart Sutton, Kent       1933 3Q Hollingbourne 2a 1501
son of Lionel Mordaunt Broome Salmon and Henrietta Elizabeth Keays Young

IN Memory of
Midshipman
HUGH TALBOT BROOME SALMON
H.M.S. BARHAM, ROYAL NAVY
Who Died Age 17
ON 25 November 1941

SON OF
CAPT. LIONEL MORDAUNT BROOME SALMON AND
HENRIETTA ELIZABETH SALMON,
OF APPERLEY, GLOUCESTERSHIRE

REMEMBERED WITH HONOUR
PORTSMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIAL

On 25 November 1941 at 4.25pm, while steaming to cover an attack on Italian convoys with the battleships Queen Elizabeth, Valiant and an escort of eight destroyers, Barham was hit by three torpedoes from the German submarine U-331, commanded by Lieutenant Hans-Dietrich von Tiesenhausen. The torpedoes were fired from a range of only 750 yards providing no time for evasive action, and struck so closely together as to throw up a single massive water column. As she rolled over to port, her magazines exploded and the ship quickly sank with the loss of nearly two thirds of the crew. The explosion was caught on camera by Gaumont News cameraman John Turner, who was on the deck of the nearby Valiant. Out of a crew of approximately 1,184 officers and men, 841 were killed. The survivors were rescued by the other British ships that were sailing with Barham.


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Death
Lionel Mordaunt Broome Salmon
Read about his death
Died 7 Nov 1964, Age 76,   Apperley, Gloucestershire   1864 4Q Cheltenham 7B 367

GLOUCESTER   26 Jan 1965                         Probate
SALMON, Lionel Mordaunt Broome, of the Old Hall, Apperley, Gloucestershire, died 7 November 1964, Probate Gloucester 26 January, to Henry Lionel Broome Salmon, brigadier H. M. Army. Effects £351

Death
Henrietta Elizabeth Keays (Young) Salmon Died 30 Jul 1976, Age 85,     Wilton, Wiltshire       1976 3Q Salisbury 23 1781

The Times, Monday, Aug 2, 1976                         Death
SALMON   On July 30th, 1976, peacefully, at the Nadder Vale Nursing Home, Wilton, Wiltshire, after a long illness, Henrietta Elizabeth, widow of Captain L. M. B. Salmon, Welch Regiment, much loved mother, grand-mother, and great-grand-mother. Funeral service 3 p.m.. Thursday, 5 August, at Holy Trinity Church at Apperley, nr Tewksbury. Flowers to Shergold, 139 Fisherton st., Salisbury, or to the church.