Sir Frederick Eley, 1st Baronet
Eley was born in Shrewsbury and educated at Shrewsbury School. He joined the National Provincial Bank and rose to the post of general manager with a seat on the board of directors. He was also chairman of John Waddington Ltd, Cope & Timmins, Crosse & Blackwell Ltd (1932–1946), the Waldorf Hotel Company, and the Bank of British West Africa (1942–1948). He was chairman of the Chelsea Hospital for Women and was a prominent racehorse owner.
- Obituary, The Times, 8 February 1951
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