Alfred Storer Geddes (known as Alf to all) was born in 1900. He was 23 years old when he became a partner in the firm which was renamed Batchelor and Geddes. On 1 June 1928 Alf Geddes became the principal of the firm following John Batchelor’s retirement.
Alf Geddes continued to practice on his own account until his death in 1969. Alf Geddes had many interests outside law, he had a degree in music and was a qualified teacher of the pianoforte. He was also the Chairman of the Leprosy Mission. Alf Geddes passed away during a visit to Fiji in 1969.