Edward Ingram (diplomat)
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Edward Maurice Berkeley Ingram CMG, OBE (1890 – 11 May 1941)〔Birth certificate no: District of Kensington: vol 1A page 99 (Recorded March quarter 1891)〕 was a British diplomat and civil servant.
==Background and education==
Ingram was the son of Major Edward Richard Berkeley Ingram (1850–95), 2nd Battalion, Welsh Regiment (41st Regiment), and Laura Maria Chennell Ingram (1850–1943), daughter of Thomas B. Shoobridge and Anna Maria Chennell, of Tenterden, Kent.〔Marriage certificate no: District of Bishop Stortford, Hertfordshire: vol 3a page 439.〕 He was a first cousin, once removed, of the writer Leonard Shoobridge (Ingram's grandfather's brother was the father of Leonard). He began his education at St Davids School, Reigate, Surrey (a boarding school),〔1901 census: The National Archives, Kew, London. RG 13/65.〕 went on to Eton from 1904 to 1907, and Hubert Brinton's House from September 1904 until Easter 1909, and King's College, Cambridge from 1909 to 1913.
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