Pattinson, Sir Lawrence. Knight Air Marshal, 1890-1955

Air Marshal Sir Lawrence Arthur Pattinson (1890 - 1955) was a Royal Air Force officer who became Air Officer Commanding-in-Chief of Flying Training Command.

Sir Lawrence was born on 8 October 1890 to Hugh Lee III and Mary Pattinson, née Adamson. He was their youngest son, the eldest being Hugh Lee IV. Both boys attended Stubbington House School, and Hugh Lee IV studied for the Army Entrance to Sandhurst and was successful. Hugh Lee IV became a soldier, married Lina Chaworth-Musters in 1914, but was killed in action a year later while laying out lines for a night-time working party.


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