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'''Reginald Wodehouse James Pringle-Nicholson''',  (19 July, 1902 – ) was an officer in the [[Royal Navy]].  He was born '''Reginald Wodehouse James Nicholson'''.
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{{LieutRN}} '''Reginald Wodehouse James Pringle-Nicholson''',  (19 July, 1902 – ) was an officer in the [[Royal Navy]].  He was born '''Reginald Wodehouse James Nicholson'''.
  
 
==Life & Career==
 
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Nicholson was promoted to the rank of {{LieutRN}} on 15 November, 1924.
 
Nicholson was promoted to the rank of {{LieutRN}} on 15 November, 1924.
  
He changed his last name to Pringle-Nicholson around 1927.
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He changed his last name to Pringle-Nicholson around 1929.
  
 
==See Also==
 
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Latest revision as of 11:28, 13 September 2019

Lieutenant Reginald Wodehouse James Pringle-Nicholson, (19 July, 1902 – ) was an officer in the Royal Navy. He was born Reginald Wodehouse James Nicholson.

Life & Career

Entered service 15 January, 1916.

In September 1921, Midshipman Nicholson of the destroyer Wryneck was injured in a serious accident. The medical officer was reportedly drunk at the time, and the Admiralty felt that the captain, Reginald Amedroz had failed to act decisively on this fact. Nicholson was able to continue his career, being transferred to Queen Elizabeth.[1]

Nicholson was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant on 15 November, 1924.

He changed his last name to Pringle-Nicholson around 1929.

See Also

Footnotes

  1. Amedroz Service Record. The National Archives. ADM 196/47/105. f. 310.