Person    | Male  Born 22/8/1945  Died 19/9/1997

Anthony Richard Petch

Categories: Commerce, Tragedy

Anthony Richard Petch

Anthony Richard Petch was born on 22 August 1945 in East Appleton, North Yorkshire, a son of Hugh Herbert Petch (1914-1996) and Peggie Petch née Smith (1921-1979). His birth was registered in the 4th quarter of 1945 in the Richmond registration district, Yorkshire and his father was a farmer.

He married Joan Calthorpe (b.1949) in the 3rd quarter of 1970 in the Durham registration district and they had two children: Simon Richard Petch (b.1975) and Graham Antony Petch (b.1977) whose births were both registered in the Bristol registration district, Avon.

Telephone directories from 1973 to 1976 list him at 55 The Paddock, Portishead, Bristol, BS20 6QX and from 1977 to 1980 at 21 Chiltern Park, Thornbury, Bristol, BS35 2HX.

He was a director of Dalgety, an agricultural products company and died, aged 52 years, on 19 September 1997 when travelling to a business meeting, in the second carriage, Coach G, in the Southall rail crash.

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk and Andrew Behan.

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