Person    | Male  Born 7/7/1962  Died 10/4/1992

Paul Butt

Categories: Tragedy

Paul Butt

Paul Gordon Butt was born on 7 July 1962 and his birth was registered in the Thurrock, Essex, registration district. He was the elder son of Richard A. Butt and Nora A. Butt née Aynge and his younger brother, Neal R. Butt, was born in 1965.

He was a stockbroker employed at the Baltic Exchange and was killed by an IRA bomb explosion, aged 29 years, on 10 April 1992, when walking past the Baltic Exchange, St Mary Axe, London.

Probate records confirm that his home address had been 4 College Avenue, Grays, Essex, and that when administration of his estate was granted on 4 June 1992 his effects did not exceed £125,000.

Nobody has been convicted of his murder.

Credit for this entry to: Andrew Behan.

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Paul Butt

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Baltic Exchange bomb

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