| George VI|
November 16, 1983
Ambrose Flux Dundas
| Geoffrey Rhodes Bromet|
28 August 1891 (1891-08-28)
Royal Navy (1904–18)
Royal Air Force (1918–45)
Jean Conan Doyle (m. 1963)
Britannia Royal Naval College
Distinguished Service Order
Jean Conan Doyle, Arthur Conan Doyle, Jean Leckie
Geoffrey Rhodes Bromet Wikipedia
Air Vice Marshal Sir Geoffrey Rhodes Bromet (28 August 1891 – 16 November 1983) was a senior Royal Air Force (RAF) officer during the Second World War and Lieutenant Governor of the Isle of Man from 1945 to 1952.
Bromet attended the Royal Naval College, Dartmouth and then served as a Flight Commander in the First World War, being commended for his service at Gallipoli in 1915 and later commanding No. 1 Squadron RNAS and then No. 8 Squadron RNAS. In 1919 he was commissioned permanently as a major in the Royal Air Force. After commanding the Marine Aircraft Experimental Establishment, he was appointed Senior Engineering Staff Officer at Headquarters Coastal Area in 1931, Senior Air Staff Officer at Headquarters RAF Middle East in 1933 and Senior Air Staff Officer at Headquarters RAF Coastal Command in 1936.
He served in the Second World War as Air Officer Commanding No. 19 Group and then as Air Officer Commanding No. 247 Group before retiring at his own request in 1945.
In 1945 he was appointed Lieutenant Governor of the Isle of Man and served until 1952.
His second marriage was to Air Commandant Dame Jean Conan Doyle, daughter of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.