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Sebastian Henry Garrard

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Major Sebastian Henry Garrard (1868-1946)

Born the son of James Mortimer Garrard, a Goldsmith.

1871 Living at Sunninghall, Berkshire: James M. Garrand (age 36 born London), Goldsmith. With his wife Mary Garrard (age 24 born London) and their two children Sebastian H. Garrard (age 2 born London) and Ethel M. Garrard (age 1 born Sunninghill). Also his cousin Robert Garrard (age 39 born London), Army Captain.[1]

1911 Living at Wilton Place, Daventry: S. H. Garrard (age 42 born London), Goldsmith - Employer. With his wife and six daughters. Also fifteen servants.[2]

1939 Living at Welton Place, Daventry, Company Director. With Mary E. Garrard.[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1871 Census
  2. 1911 Census
  3. 1939 Census