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Alistair Lethbridge-Stewart was a member of the Lethbridge-Stewart family and the paternal grandfather of Brigadier Alistair Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart, who was named after him.

In 1902, he fathered a son, Gordon Conall Lethbridge-Stewart. (PROSE: The Wages of Sin, The Forgotten Son)

During World War I, he worked British Intelligence in Russia but was forced to return to the United Kingdom in the aftermath of the Russian Revolution of 1917. One of his colleagues was Bertie Stopford, the then British ambassador to Russia. (PROSE: The Wages of Sin)

He first became a grandfather in 1925 to James Lethbridge-Stewart and again to his namesake, Alistair Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart, in 1929. (PROSE: The Forgotten Son)

Another account said that he became a grandfather when Alistair was born in India in 1930. (PROSE: Blood Heat, Island of Death)

Lethbridge-Stewart frequently pressurised the younger Alistair into following his footsteps and joining the British military. For Christmas 1938, he gave Alistair a box of toy soldiers and then asked him, "What do you want to be when you grow up?" Alistair was not pleased with his present. (COMIC: The Warkeeper's Crown)

On his deathbed, he told a commissioned Alistair that he was proud of him. (COMIC: The Warkeeper's Crown)

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