Agar, Charles Talbot, 1872-1941

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Agar, Charles Talbot, 1872-1941

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Agar, Charles Talbot, elder son of William Talbot Agar, of Weybridge, Surrey, barrister-at­law, by Ethel Headington, youngest daughter of Clement Dale, of Bartley Lodge, Rants; b. Dec. 2, 1872; adm. Sept. 24, 1885 (H); Exhibitioner 1886; left (with Triplett gratuity) July 1891; Trin. Coll. Camb. (adm. pensr. June 15, 1891); matric. Michaelmas 1891; steered the Cambridge eight against Oxford 1893; B.A. 1897; called to the bar at Lincoln's Inn Nov. 17, 1909; served in Great War 1; Sub-Lieut. R.N.V.R. 1915-6; Lieut. R.G.A. 1916-9; m. April 17, 1907, Sybil Beatrice, youngest daughter of Herbert Duke, of East Sheen, Surrey; d. at Pau, France, July 9, 1941.


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Agar, Harold Evelyn Talbot, 1876-1962 (1876-1962)

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Agar, Harold Evelyn Talbot, 1876-1962

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International Standard Archival Authority Record for Corporate Bodies, Persons and Families - ISAAR(CPF) 2nd edition



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Prepared for import into AtoM by Westminster School Archive staff, 2019-2020




The Record of Old Westminsters: A biographical list of all those who are known to have been educated at Westminster School from Play 1883 to Election 1960, Volume 3, compiled by J.B. Whitmore, G.R.Y. Radcliffe and D.C. Simpson, Barnet, 1963

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