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Adrienne Sylvia Naftel1,2

#2803, b. 16 October 1891, d. 1974
Last Edited=1 Aug 2018
     Adrienne Sylvia Naftel was born on 16 October 1891 in Seacombe, Cheshire, England.1,2,3,4,5 She married Percival Frere-Smith, son of Charles Thomas Smith and Julia Emily Greathead, in 1919 in Birkenhead, Cheshire, England.6 On 29 September 1939 in the National Register Adrienne was listed as living at Sutton Place, Sutton Valence, Hollingbourne, Kent, England with her husband Percival. Percival was a Barrister at law living with his wife and children.7 Her husband Percival died on January 1960 in Sutton Valence, Kent, England, aged 82.1,2,8 Adrienne died in 1974 in Maidstone, Kent, England.4,9

Children of Adrienne Sylvia Naftel and Percival Frere-Smith

Sources of Information

  1. [S1718] Emails between Dr David Greathead and Jan Cooper 2 October 1997 together with much information from David's wonderful book "A Passage to the Cape of Good Hope" David has since very sadly died.
  2. [S4500] Emails between Tony Goggins and Jan Cooper from 11 March 2003.
  3. [S3] GRO Indexes - 1891/Q4 Birkenhead Volume 8a Page 560a.
  4. [S275] E-mails between Shirley Sanderson and Jan Cooper from 28 September 2009.
  5. [S5] Jan's thoughts based on information from GRO or Parish record entries.
  6. [S3] GRO Indexes - 1919/Q3 Birkenhead Volume 8a Page 1443.
  7. [S41939] National Register 1939 - Find my pastRG101/1825B/012.
  8. [S3] GRO Indexes - 1960/Q1 Maidstone Volume 5b Page 675 age 82.
  9. [S3] GRO Indexes - 1874/Q1 Maidstone Volume 5f Page 1587.

Geoffrey Natfel Frere-Smith1,2

#2804, b. 12 June 1920, d. September 2003
Last Edited=1 Aug 2018
Relationship
7th great-grandson of Thomas Greathead
Appears on charts:
Chart 2 - Lifeboat and 1820 settlers Greathead families
     Geoffrey Natfel Frere-Smith was born on 12 June 1920 in Paddington, London, England.1,2,3,4 He was the son of Percival Frere-Smith and Adrienne Sylvia Naftel. He was a sculptor. On 29 September 1939 in the National Register Geoffrey Natfel Frere-Smith was listed as living at Sutton Place, Sutton Valence, Hollingbourne, Kent, England with his parents.5 He married Margaret Hole in 1951 in Maidstone, Kent, England.6 Geoffrey died in September 2003 in Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, England, aged 83.7

Children of Geoffrey Natfel Frere-Smith and Margaret Hole

  • Simon Frere-Smith
  • Annabell Frere-Smith
  • Nicholas P Frere-Smith

Sources of Information

  1. [S1718] Emails between Dr David Greathead and Jan Cooper 2 October 1997 together with much information from David's wonderful book "A Passage to the Cape of Good Hope" David has since very sadly died.
  2. [S4500] Emails between Tony Goggins and Jan Cooper from 11 March 2003.
  3. [S3] GRO Indexes - 1920/Q2 Paddington Volume 1a Page 57a.
  4. [S5] Jan's thoughts based on information from GRO or Parish record entries.
  5. [S41939] National Register 1939 - Find my pastRG101/1825B/012.
  6. [S3] GRO Indexes - 1951/Q3 Maidstone Volume 5b Page 1681.
  7. [S3] GRO Indexes - September 2003 Great Yarmouth District 6361A Reg A76B Ent No 153 DOR 0903.

Margaret Hole1,2

#2805
Last Edited=1 Aug 2018

Children of Margaret Hole and Geoffrey Natfel Frere-Smith

  • Simon Frere-Smith
  • Annabell Frere-Smith
  • Nicholas P Frere-Smith

Sources of Information

  1. [S1718] Emails between Dr David Greathead and Jan Cooper 2 October 1997 together with much information from David's wonderful book "A Passage to the Cape of Good Hope" David has since very sadly died.
  2. [S4500] Emails between Tony Goggins and Jan Cooper from 11 March 2003.
  3. [S3] GRO Indexes - 1951/Q3 Maidstone Volume 5b Page 1681.

Matthew R Frere-Smith1,2

#2806, b. 16 May 1923, d. December 1999
Last Edited=1 Aug 2018
Relationship
7th great-grandson of Thomas Greathead
Appears on charts:
Chart 2 - Lifeboat and 1820 settlers Greathead families
     Matthew R Frere-Smith was born on 16 May 1923 in Paddington, London, England.1,2,3,4 He was the son of Percival Frere-Smith and Adrienne Sylvia Naftel. He was a sculptor.5 On 29 September 1939 in the National Register Matthew R Frere-Smith was listed as living at Sutton Place, Sutton Valence, Hollingbourne, Kent, England with his parents.6 He married Patricia J C A Jacob Ryall in 1950 in Surrey, England.7 He married Deborah J Banham in May 1984 in Norwich, Norfolk, England.8 Matthew died in December 1999 in North Walsham, Norfolk, England, aged 76.9

Children of Matthew R Frere-Smith and Patricia J C A Jacob Ryall

  • Claude J Frere-Smith
  • Phyllis Frere-Smith
  • Dennis Frere-Smith
  • Nicola Frere-Smith
  • June Frere-Smith
  • Jonathan Frere-Smith
  • Veronica Frere-Smith
  • Matthew R Frere-Smith
  • Louise Frere-Smith
  • Adam Frere-Smith+ b. 1967, d. 2016
  • Timothy Michael Frere-Smith b. 6 Sep 1969, d. Jun 2001

Children of Matthew R Frere-Smith and Deborah J Banham

  • Curtis Matthew Frere-Smith
  • Leon Anthony Frere-Smith
  • Aidan Frere-Smith

Sources of Information

  1. [S1718] Emails between Dr David Greathead and Jan Cooper 2 October 1997 together with much information from David's wonderful book "A Passage to the Cape of Good Hope" David has since very sadly died.
  2. [S4500] Emails between Tony Goggins and Jan Cooper from 11 March 2003.
  3. [S3] GRO Indexes - 1923/Q2 Paddington Volume 1a Page 906.
  4. [S5] Jan's thoughts based on information from GRO or Parish record entries.
  5. [S25399] Emails between Dennis Frere-Smith and Jan Cooper from 9 August 2010.
  6. [S41939] National Register 1939 - Find my pastRG101/1825B/012.
  7. [S3] GRO Indexes - 1950/Q3 Surrey N E Volume 5g Page 1412.
  8. [S3] GRO Indexes - May 1984 Norwich Outer Volume 10 Page 2173.
  9. [S3] GRO Indexes - December 1999 North Walsham District 6381 Reg ER49A Ent No 019 DOR 1299.

Patricia J C A Jacob Ryall1,2

#2807, b. 1929
Last Edited=1 Aug 2018
     Patricia J C A Jacob Ryall was born in 1929 in Croydon, Surrey, England.3 She married Matthew R Frere-Smith, son of Percival Frere-Smith and Adrienne Sylvia Naftel, in 1950 in Surrey, England.4

Children of Patricia J C A Jacob Ryall and Matthew R Frere-Smith

  • Claude J Frere-Smith
  • Phyllis Frere-Smith
  • Dennis Frere-Smith
  • Nicola Frere-Smith
  • June Frere-Smith
  • Jonathan Frere-Smith
  • Veronica Frere-Smith
  • Matthew R Frere-Smith
  • Louise Frere-Smith
  • Adam Frere-Smith+ b. 1967, d. 2016
  • Timothy Michael Frere-Smith b. 6 Sep 1969, d. Jun 2001

Sources of Information

  1. [S1718] Emails between Dr David Greathead and Jan Cooper 2 October 1997 together with much information from David's wonderful book "A Passage to the Cape of Good Hope" David has since very sadly died.
  2. [S4500] Emails between Tony Goggins and Jan Cooper from 11 March 2003.
  3. [S3] GRO Indexes - 1929/Q1 Croydon Volume 2a Page 680.
  4. [S3] GRO Indexes - 1950/Q3 Surrey N E Volume 5g Page 1412.

Christopher Newman Frere-Smith1,2

#2809, b. 28 March 1928, d. October 2000
Last Edited=2 Sep 2018
Relationship
7th great-grandson of Thomas Greathead
Appears on charts:
Chart 2 - Lifeboat and 1820 settlers Greathead families
Christopher Frere-Smith
     Christopher Newman Frere-Smith was born on 28 March 1928 in Kingston upon Thames, Surrey, England.3,4,5 He was the son of Percival Frere-Smith and Adrienne Sylvia Naftel. On 29 September 1939 in the National Register Christopher Newman Frere-Smith was listed as living at Sutton Place, Sutton Valence, Hollingbourne, Kent, England with his parents.6 He married Josephine N Wissa in 1956 in London, England.7 He married Renee D M M Moutinho in 1959 in Chelsea, London, England.8 He was a lawyer. He married Greta Norma Forster in 1968 in St Marylebone, London, England.9 Christopher died in October 2000 in Westminster, London, England, aged 72.10
An obituary appeared in the Telegraph of 4 November 2000. It Read: original Euro-sceptic who led the campaign to keep Britain out of the Common Market in the early 1970s

CHRISTOPHER FRERE-SMITH, who has died aged 72, founded the Keep Britain Out (of the Common Market) campaign and then, following Britain's accession, the Get Britain Out campaign.

Over the next 12 years he waged a principled, single-minded but often lonely war against Britain's entry, arguing that the underlying purposes of the EEC were political not economic, as the British people were being led to believe. He stood twice for Parliament. In 1966, at the St Marylebone seat of Quintin Hogg (now Lord Hailsham), he polled 445 votes as an anti-EEC candidate. In 1972, he got 1,332 votes at a by-election in Sutton and Cheam.

Frere-Smith combined uncompromising views with a flair for publicity. In 1967 he led a delegation to the Elysee Palace to present a letter to President de Gaulle assuring him that the majority of the British people were opposed to membership.

The same year, after the Labour government decided to apply to join, he appeared on the steps of 10 Downing Street at the head of a procession of "mourners" behind a coffin purporting to contain the mortal remains of British democracy. In 1970, he warned bemused officials at the European Commission in Brussels that there would be so much "trouble" in the Community if Britain joined that a future parliament would be compelled to take the country out again.

"We like you," he told a sceptical press in Brussels. "We enjoy coming here for holidays. But we are a maritime nation, depending for its livelihood on trading with the world, with connections throughout the world and in the Commonwealth developed over centuries."

Frere-Smith was one of the first to recognise the value of conducting mini-referendums in individual constituencies as a way of drawing attention to public feeling on particular issues. In 1971 he paid for three such polls, all of which resulted in a majority against Britain's entry.

In January 1972, he was arrested by Brussels police outside the Palais d'Egmont after refusing to end his protest against Britain's accession to the Common Market, which was to due to be finalised by treaty that day. Later that year, Frere-Smith and 250 other demonstrators were involved in a brawl with French police aboard a cross-channel ferry after they had been refused permission to disembark at Calais to attend a meeting.

"Only last week the French prime minister said the new Europe would be an oasis of public and private liberty," Frere-Smith declared to the rousing strains of Rule Britannia! "But look at it. This afternoon we have had a taste of what French democracy is all about."

As chairman of Get Britain Out, Frere-Smith was prominent during the referendum in 1975 on whether to stay in the Common Market. He compared those who supported Britain's continued membership to those who had advocated appeasement of Germany during the 1930s.

After the referendum confirmed Britain's membership, the Get Britain Out campaign disbanded and Frere-Smith faded from the political scene. But he warned: "It is our belief, now that the campaign is over, that our partners will proceed full steam ahead towards political union." He added that he believed that the British people had not voted for economic and monetary union, for integration in a federal state or for the transfer of more powers from Parliament to Brussels.

Christopher Newman Frere-Smith was born on March 28 1928 and educated at Sutton Downs School, Kent. He did National Service in the Rifle Brigade and then read Law at Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge, where he was secretary of the University Liberal Club. He remained an active Liberal until the late 1950s, when he left the party after deciding that it no longer had a coherent set of policies. From 1955 he worked as a solicitor in sole practice in Upper Berkeley Street, Mayfair.

In 1973 he became the first solicitor to appear and speak on behalf of a client at the Old Bailey (until 1972 solicitors had only been allowed to argue cases in the lower courts). During the 1970s he served as a deputy Crown Court judge. From the late 1950s until his death, he chaired the management committee of Caius House, Battersea, a charitable foundation working with young people.

Christopher Frere-Smith was married three times. He is survived by his third wife, Norma, whom he married in 1968, and by their daughter and two sons.5

Children of Christopher Newman Frere-Smith and Greta Norma Forster

  • Rufus Frere-Smith
  • Guy Thomas Frere-Smith
  • Polly Penelope Sylvia Frere-Smith

Sources of Information

  1. [S1718] Emails between Dr David Greathead and Jan Cooper 2 October 1997 together with much information from David's wonderful book "A Passage to the Cape of Good Hope" David has since very sadly died.
  2. [S4500] Emails between Tony Goggins and Jan Cooper from 11 March 2003.
  3. [S3] GRO Indexes - 1928/Q2 Kingston Volume 2a Page 861.
  4. [S5] Jan's thoughts based on information from GRO or Parish record entries.
  5. [S40000] Website www.telegraph.co.uk/news/obituaries.
  6. [S41939] National Register 1939 - Find my pastRG101/1825B/012.
  7. [S3] GRO Indexes - 1956/Q1 London City Volume 5d Page 327.
  8. [S3] GRO Indexes - 1959/Q3 Chelsea Volume 5c Page 642.
  9. [S3] GRO Indexes - 1968/Q3 St Marylebone Volume 5d Page 2497.
  10. [S3] GRO Indexes - October 2000 Westminster District 2581D Reg D46C Ent 015 DOR 1000.

Josephine N Wissa1,2

#2810
Last Edited=1 Aug 2018
     Josephine N Wissa married Christopher Newman Frere-Smith, son of Percival Frere-Smith and Adrienne Sylvia Naftel, in 1956 in London, England.3 She married Benedict J Conrad in 1963 in Kensington, London, England.4

Sources of Information

  1. [S1718] Emails between Dr David Greathead and Jan Cooper 2 October 1997 together with much information from David's wonderful book "A Passage to the Cape of Good Hope" David has since very sadly died.
  2. [S4500] Emails between Tony Goggins and Jan Cooper from 11 March 2003.
  3. [S3] GRO Indexes - 1956/Q1 London City Volume 5d Page 327.
  4. [S3] GRO Indexes - 1963/Q2 Kensington Volume 5c Page 1963.

Ida Emily Fuller1,2,3

#2811, b. 1881, d. 1944
Last Edited=1 Jan 2016
     Ida Emily Fuller was born in 1881 in Parramatta, New South Wales, Australia.3 She was the daughter of Cyrus Edgar Fuller and Sarah Mason.3 She married Leonard Bagshawe-Smith, son of Charles Thomas Smith and Julia Emily Greathead, in 1904 Ida was Leonard's first wife.3 On hearing the sad death of her two youngest sons Philip and Quentin she had a heart attack and remained an invalid until her death.3 Ida died in 1944 in East London, Cape Town, South Africa.3

Children of Ida Emily Fuller and Leonard Bagshawe-Smith

Sources of Information

  1. [S1718] Emails between Dr David Greathead and Jan Cooper 2 October 1997 together with much information from David's wonderful book "A Passage to the Cape of Good Hope" David has since very sadly died.
  2. [S4500] Emails between Tony Goggins and Jan Cooper from 11 March 2003.
  3. [S275] E-mails between Shirley Sanderson and Jan Cooper from 28 September 2009.

Leonard Bagshawe-Smith1,2,3

#2812, b. 1905, d. 3 April 1985
Last Edited=1 Jan 2016
Relationship
7th great-grandson of Thomas Greathead
Appears on charts:
Chart 2 - Lifeboat and 1820 settlers Greathead families
     Leonard Bagshawe-Smith was born in 1905 in Standerton, South Africa.1,2,4 He was the son of Leonard Bagshawe-Smith and Ida Emily Fuller. He was a farmer. He married Cynthia Harris There were no children from this marriage.4 Leonard died on 3 April 1985.1,2

Sources of Information

  1. [S1718] Emails between Dr David Greathead and Jan Cooper 2 October 1997 together with much information from David's wonderful book "A Passage to the Cape of Good Hope" David has since very sadly died.
  2. [S4500] Emails between Tony Goggins and Jan Cooper from 11 March 2003.
  3. [S2867] Emails between Richard Greathead and Jan Cooper from 9 June 2003.
  4. [S275] E-mails between Shirley Sanderson and Jan Cooper from 28 September 2009.

Cynthia Harris1,2,3

#2813
Last Edited=1 Jan 2016
     Cynthia Harris married Leonard Bagshawe-Smith, son of Leonard Bagshawe-Smith and Ida Emily Fuller, There were no children from this marriage.4

Sources of Information

  1. [S1718] Emails between Dr David Greathead and Jan Cooper 2 October 1997 together with much information from David's wonderful book "A Passage to the Cape of Good Hope" David has since very sadly died.
  2. [S4500] Emails between Tony Goggins and Jan Cooper from 11 March 2003.
  3. [S2867] Emails between Richard Greathead and Jan Cooper from 9 June 2003.
  4. [S275] E-mails between Shirley Sanderson and Jan Cooper from 28 September 2009.

Ellerie Bagshawe-Smith1,2

#2814, b. 13 May 1906
Last Edited=1 Jan 2016
Relationship
7th great-granddaughter of Thomas Greathead
Appears on charts:
Chart 2 - Lifeboat and 1820 settlers Greathead families
     Ellerie Bagshawe-Smith was born on 13 May 1906.1,2 She was the daughter of Leonard Bagshawe-Smith and Ida Emily Fuller. She was working in Haute Couture, the Rag trade. She married Rupert Fricker on 13 June 1931.1,2

Child of Ellerie Bagshawe-Smith and Rupert Fricker

  • Claudine Fricker

Sources of Information

  1. [S1718] Emails between Dr David Greathead and Jan Cooper 2 October 1997 together with much information from David's wonderful book "A Passage to the Cape of Good Hope" David has since very sadly died.
  2. [S4500] Emails between Tony Goggins and Jan Cooper from 11 March 2003.

Sydney Quentin Bagshawe-Smith1,2,3

#2815, b. 1916, d. 22 May 1941
Last Edited=1 Jan 2016
Relationship
7th great-grandson of Thomas Greathead
Appears on charts:
Chart 2 - Lifeboat and 1820 settlers Greathead families
     Sydney Quentin Bagshawe-Smith was born in 1916 in East London, Cape Town, South Africa.1,2,3 He was the son of Leonard Bagshawe-Smith and Ida Emily Fuller. He married Frances Margaret Von Der Meden on 3 April 1940 in East London, Cape Town, South Africa.2,3 He was a farmer. He died on 22 May 1941 During battle of Crete whilst on active service with the South African Naval Forces. Quentin was killed by the same bomb that killed brother Philip on the same ship, HMS Gloucester.1,2,4,3

Child of Sydney Quentin Bagshawe-Smith and Frances Margaret Von Der Meden

  • Quentin John Bagshawe-Smith

Sources of Information

  1. [S1718] Emails between Dr David Greathead and Jan Cooper 2 October 1997 together with much information from David's wonderful book "A Passage to the Cape of Good Hope" David has since very sadly died.
  2. [S4500] Emails between Tony Goggins and Jan Cooper from 11 March 2003.
  3. [S275] E-mails between Shirley Sanderson and Jan Cooper from 28 September 2009.
  4. [S2867] Emails between Richard Greathead and Jan Cooper from 9 June 2003.

Philip Raymond Bagshawe-Smith1,2,3

#2816, b. 1923, d. 22 May 1941
Last Edited=1 Jan 2016
Relationship
7th great-grandson of Thomas Greathead
Appears on charts:
Chart 2 - Lifeboat and 1820 settlers Greathead families
     Philip Raymond Bagshawe-Smith was born in 1923 in East London, Cape Town, South Africa.1,2,3 He was the son of Leonard Bagshawe-Smith and Ida Emily Fuller. He died on 22 May 1941 in Crete During battle of Crete whilst on active service with the South African Naval Forces. Quentin was killed by the same bomb that killed brother Quentin on the same ship, HMS Gloucester.1,2,4,3

Sources of Information

  1. [S1718] Emails between Dr David Greathead and Jan Cooper 2 October 1997 together with much information from David's wonderful book "A Passage to the Cape of Good Hope" David has since very sadly died.
  2. [S4500] Emails between Tony Goggins and Jan Cooper from 11 March 2003.
  3. [S275] E-mails between Shirley Sanderson and Jan Cooper from 28 September 2009.
  4. [S2867] Emails between Richard Greathead and Jan Cooper from 9 June 2003.

Charles Kendrick Hall1,2

#2817
Last Edited=1 Jan 2016
     Charles Kendrick Hall married Adeline Emily Smith, daughter of Charles Thomas Smith and Julia Emily Greathead, in June 1914 They lived on a farm called "The Willows" in Middleberg district of the Cape.1,2

Children of Charles Kendrick Hall and Adeline Emily Smith

  • Maurice Hall
  • Richard Hall
  • John Hall

Sources of Information

  1. [S1718] Emails between Dr David Greathead and Jan Cooper 2 October 1997 together with much information from David's wonderful book "A Passage to the Cape of Good Hope" David has since very sadly died.
  2. [S275] E-mails between Shirley Sanderson and Jan Cooper from 28 September 2009.

Maurice Pare1,2

#2821, b. 14 May 1883, d. 1946
Last Edited=1 Jan 2016
     Maurice Pare was born on 14 May 1883 in Fulham, London, England.1,2,3,4 He was the Govenor of Seychelles in 1913.5 He married Agnes Ninita Smith, daughter of Charles Thomas Smith and Julia Emily Greathead, in November 1913.1 Maurice died in 1946.3

Children of Maurice Pare and Agnes Ninita Smith

Sources of Information

  1. [S1718] Emails between Dr David Greathead and Jan Cooper 2 October 1997 together with much information from David's wonderful book "A Passage to the Cape of Good Hope" David has since very sadly died.
  2. [S4500] Emails between Tony Goggins and Jan Cooper from 11 March 2003.
  3. [S275] E-mails between Shirley Sanderson and Jan Cooper from 28 September 2009.
  4. [S3] GRO Indexes - 1883/Q2 Fulham Volume 1a Page 190.
  5. [S4561] Emails between Hilary Patricia Ferrey - Groves and Jan Cooper from 20 September 2001.

Elsa Mary Pare1,2

#2822, b. 12 September 1914, d. 1995
Last Edited=1 Jan 2016
Relationship
7th great-granddaughter of Thomas Greathead
Appears on charts:
Chart 2 - Lifeboat and 1820 settlers Greathead families
     Elsa Mary Pare was born on 12 September 1914 in Seychelles.1,2 She was the daughter of Maurice Pare and Agnes Ninita Smith. She was a teacher. Elsa died in 1995.1,2

Sources of Information

  1. [S1718] Emails between Dr David Greathead and Jan Cooper 2 October 1997 together with much information from David's wonderful book "A Passage to the Cape of Good Hope" David has since very sadly died.
  2. [S4500] Emails between Tony Goggins and Jan Cooper from 11 March 2003.

Peter Irvine Pare1,2

#2823, b. 11 January 1916
Last Edited=1 Jan 2016
Relationship
7th great-grandson of Thomas Greathead
Appears on charts:
Chart 2 - Lifeboat and 1820 settlers Greathead families
     Peter Irvine Pare was born on 11 January 1916 in Seychelles.1,2 He was the son of Maurice Pare and Agnes Ninita Smith. He was a Travel Agent. He married Stella Brooke-Smith.

Children of Peter Irvine Pare and Stella Brooke-Smith

  • Daphne Pare
  • Alison Pare
  • Penelope Jane Pare

Sources of Information

  1. [S1718] Emails between Dr David Greathead and Jan Cooper 2 October 1997 together with much information from David's wonderful book "A Passage to the Cape of Good Hope" David has since very sadly died.
  2. [S4500] Emails between Tony Goggins and Jan Cooper from 11 March 2003.

Nancy Dorothy Pare1,2

#2824, b. 18 September 1918, d. 1990
Last Edited=1 Jan 2016
Relationship
7th great-granddaughter of Thomas Greathead
Appears on charts:
Chart 2 - Lifeboat and 1820 settlers Greathead families
     Nancy Dorothy Pare was born on 18 September 1918 in Nederberg, Paarl, Western Cape, South Africa.1,3,4 She was the daughter of Maurice Pare and Agnes Ninita Smith. She married Robert Clarke. Nancy died in 1990.2

Children of Nancy Dorothy Pare and Robert Clarke

  • James Clarke
  • Anthony C Clarke
  • Miles Clarke+ b. 1951, d. 1 Sep 2008

Sources of Information

  1. [S1718] Emails between Dr David Greathead and Jan Cooper 2 October 1997 together with much information from David's wonderful book "A Passage to the Cape of Good Hope" David has since very sadly died.
  2. [S4500] Emails between Tony Goggins and Jan Cooper from 11 March 2003.
  3. [S4500] Emails between Tony Goggins and Jan Cooper from 11 March 2003 1919.
  4. [S275] E-mails between Shirley Sanderson and Jan Cooper from 28 September 2009.