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Sir Malcolm Campbell

Sir Malcolm Campbell circa 1935
Born (1885-03-11)11 March 1885
Chislehurst, Kent, England
Died 31 December 1948(1948-12-31) (aged 63)
Reigate, Surrey, England
Resting place St Nicholas Church, Chislehurst, Kent, England
Nationality British
Education Uppingham School
Occupation Racing motorist, journalist
Spouse(s) Marjorie D. Knott (1913-1915)
Dorothy Evelyn Whittall (1920-1940)
Betty Nicory (1945-his death)
Children Donald Campbell (1921–1967)
Jean Campbell (1923–2007)
Military career
Allegiance  United Kingdom
Service/branch  British Army
Years of service 1914-1945
Rank Major
Service number 86891
Unit Queen’s Own Royal West Kent Regiment

Hurry boys, hurry, we have to make a quick change or the hour will be up.
The news comes somewhat late, but I'm glad to hear it nevertheless.
The tires were scorching hot, in fact I burned my fingers on one.