Son of Llewellyn George Petty [from 08.1930 Petty-Mayor] (1878-1942), and Constance Fitzhenry (1881-1959).Married (, Southend-on-Sea, Rochford district, Essex) Anna Elisabeth Ford, of Southend-on-Sea, Essex; one son. In naval circles it is custom to refer to the commander of a vessel as Captain. Strictly out of practical considerations CO (Commanding Officer) is used here on this site. In 1965-66, Parton took a research and lecture sabbatical to the electrical engineering department at the University of Tennessee in the USA.For some more explanations & abbreviations see the help page. Married Marjorie Muriel Davidson ( - 11.1999), daughter (with four brothers and one sister) of Henry Victor Davidson (1864-), and Alice Elizabeth White (1865-); two daughters. Parton wrote many articles and lectures on a variety of aspects of electrical engineering. IES, Instrument Practice, International Journal of Electrical Engineering Education, etc.
Son (with three brothers and three sisters) of Joseph Frederick Petry (1888-1941), and Honora Anastasia Potter (1891-1975).
: Applied Electromagnetics (jointly), 1975; papers in Proc. * indexed, but not listed as such Passenger on a Hunter Air Travel Vickers 614 Viking 1 aircraft Regn G-AHPI, which flew into the north slope of the La Cinta mountain range of Sicily at a height of 1040 m.
It was an International Non Scheduled Passenger flight from Nice-Cte d'Azur airport Malta-Luqa. Son of John Pauer, Professor of Pianoforte, Royal Academy of Music, and Viola Rachiel Scott, of Blackheath.
HM LCQ 386 in 1945 (may have been heading for Japan when war ended).
Merchant Navy, including service as a 16 year-old boy on MV Kaipaki (convoys Liverpool, NY, Halifax, Australia) from Oct 1941.
Part-time lecturer at Cannock Chase Mining College (1931-1938) and at Northampton Polytechnic in London (1938-1939).