Sir Frederick Arnold-Baker

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Sir Frederick Spencer Arnold-Baker (born 1 April 1885) was the son of Frederick Arnold-Baker (born 30 Dec 1845) and Helen Catherine Nairne (born 1 Sept 1843), and grandson of the New Zealand watercolourist Major Richard Baker (1810–1854).[1] He was the Queen's Remembrancer from 1951-1957. His uncle, General Sir Charles Edward Nairne, was Commander-in-Chief, India in 1898. He was a founder and the second President of the Lansdowne Club (1940–1954).[2]

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  1. ^ Baker & Smart Pedigree 1902. Books.google.lu. Retrieved 2012-05-28. 
  2. ^ Perry, Maria, The House in Berkeley Square (2003)