Jack Beddington The Jewish Lives Project

John Louis “Jack” Beddington was born in South Kensington, London. He was the son of barrister Charles Lindsey Beddington and his wife Stella Goldschmidt de Libantia. The family was Jewish and originally from Alsace. Jack Beddington was educated at Wellington College before going up to Balliol College, Oxford to read Greats.…

Jack (John Louis) Beddington (1893 - 1959) - Genealogy

May 24, 2018 · John Lous Jack Beddington. From Wikipedia. John Louis "Jack" Beddington (1893–1959) was a United Kingdom advertising executive, best known for his work as publicity director for Shell in the 1930s and as head of the Ministry of Information Films Division during the Second World War.. Biography. Early life. Jack Beddington was born in South Kensington, London in 1893 to ……

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John Louis "Jack" Beddington (1893–1959) was a United Kingdom advertising executive, best known for his work as publicity director for Shell in the 1930s and as head of the Ministry of Information Films Division during the Second World War. Contents[show] Biography Early life Jack Beddington was...…

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BEDDINGTON. BEDDINGTON, English family of businessmen, philanthropists, and soldiers, originally named Moses. henry moses (c. 1791–1875) became a wealthy wholesale clothing merchant in London, with links to the New Zealand wool trade, and left £500,000 at his death. In 1868, his children changed their surname to Beddington, a suburb in south London, giving rise to much humorous commentary.…