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Maxwell Campbell INNES

INNES Maxwell CampbellBorn: January 16th 1909

Died: April 23rd 1942

Max was one of the four sons of Charles Alexander Innes and his wife Agatha Rosalie Stevenson. He had one sister. Both the Innes and Stevenson families had served in India and Max’s father was Under Secretary to the Government of India when Max was born in 1909.

He was educated at Haileybury and Matriculated in 1927. He came up to Christ Church as a Scholar and read PPE. He graduated with a 2nd in. 1931.

On January 11th 1929, he sailed on the Cheshire from Liverpool to Rangoon. He gave his address as Kentons, Henley-on-Thames and had no occupation.

On August 22nd 1936, he sailed from Southampton to Lisbon on the mail ship Almanzora. Describing himself as a statistician, he was living at 51 High Street, Sevenoaks.

He married Wanda Jofre Lary at Westminster in December 1937. She was a Chilean citizen who had lived in France and Portugal. She had arrived in England from Buenos Aires in September 1936 and gave her future address as 17 Canonbury Park, London N1.

Max was in the Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve and was serving on HMS Wasp, a shore base at Dover, operating Motor Torpedo Boats against enemy shipping in the Channel. He was in command of Motorised Anti- Submarine Boat 31 when enemy aircraft attacked her.

He died from wounds on April 23rd 1942 following that enemy action

He is buried in Dover (St. James’s) Cemetery Row A. Grave 7.

INNES Maxwell CampbellWanda Innes returned to Chile. She sailed from Liverpool to Buenos Aries on September 29th 1944 with her mother. She had been living at 29 Craven Terrace, W2.
She died in Santiago de Chile in January 2009 at the age of 101.

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Wanda Jofré Lary and her husband Maxwell Innes. England 1942

 

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