Photographs - Harry Lincoln Milsom & his Sons

Darrell Edward David Milsom 
1st born son of Harry and Isobel Milsom

The brothers Darrell and Stroud as young boys. Darrell's short career in the RAF was brought to a tragic end in a mid-air collision over Filton, Bristol on 29 March 1940.  He was buried at Canford cemetery in Westbury-on-Trym, Bristol, alongside the other planes pilot, Pilot Officer PJM Nettleton.  The collision was between two Gloster Gladiators, N5588 and N5690 near Marlwood Farm at Thornbury which is north of Bristol.
Harry Lincoln Milsom married 
Isobel Vida Collins in Bengal, India on 25 September 1915

Harry was wounded in Allenby's Palestine Campaign in 1917 and was invalided out of military service.  
Harry Lincoln with his wife Isobel Vida
Stroud Francis Charles Milsom was the     second son of Harry and Isobel born on 2 May 1923 and died on 24 February 1916 at the grand age of 92

 Stroud (known as Toby) followed a career in Law and was a prestigious author of legal books and became Emeritus Professor of Law at Cambridge University in 1964.

Books by Toby include:
  1. Historical Foundations of Common Law
  2. A Natural History of the Common Law
  3. Studies in the History of Common Law
  4. The Legal Framework of English Feudalism: The Maitland Lectures