Barker, Henry Raine, 1829-1902

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BARKER, HENRY RAINE, second son of Richard Barker, Fitzroy Square, London, and Margaret White (IGI); b. 11 Nov 1829; adm. 26 Jan 1843 (Benthall's); QS (Capt) 1844; rowed bow in the race against Eton 30 Jul 1846, and stroke in the same race 29 Jul 1847; elected to Christ Church, Oxford 1848, matr. 28 Jun 1848, Westminster Student to 1864; rowed in University Eight which won the Grand Challenge Cup, in University Four which won the Steward’s Cup, and in Christ Church pair which won the Silver Goblets at Henley Regatta, 1852; BA 1852; MA 1855; adm. Inner Temple 27 Jan 1858; a banker and army agent; m. 30 Jul 1868 Lina, second dau. of George Haynes; d. 23 Aug 1902.


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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




Users should note that the information recorded here that is not to be found in the first two volumes of the Record of Old Westminsters and its first Supplement has been assembled from various published and manuscript sources by Hugh Edmund Pagan MA FSA, and all new resulting text is his copyright, © 2014.

The Record of Old Westminsters: A biographical list of all those who are known to have been educated at Westminster School from the earliest times to 1927, Volumes 1 & 2, compiled by G. F. Russell Barker and Alan H. Stenning, London, 1928.

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