See also

Family of Sydney Harvey COARD and Florence Emma GOSLING

  • Husband:

  • Sydney Harvey COARD (1884-1953)

  • Wife:

  • Florence Emma GOSLING (1891-c. 1983)

  • Marriage:

  • Q2 1933

  • Preston, Lancs

Husband: Sydney Harvey COARD

  • Name:

  • Sydney Harvey COARD

  • Sex:

  • Male

  • Father:

  • Sydney Melville COARD (1858-1910)

  • Mother:

  • Charlotte Ann HARVEY (1861-1926)

  • Birth:

  • 1 Oct 1884

  • Calcutta, India

  • Christening:

  • 12 Nov 1884 (age 0)

  • Calcutta, India

  •  

  • Address: Fort William

  • Census:

  • 5 Apr 1891 (age 6)

  • Friern Barnet, London N1

  •  

  • Address: Glenthorpe, 133 Oakleigh Road

  • Census:

  • 31 Mar 1901 (age 16)

  • Margate, Kent2

  •  

  • Address: Laleham School

  • Occupation:

  • 31 Mar 1901 (age 16)

  • Scholar2

  • Residence:

  • 29 Sep 1939 (age 54)

  • Broadwater, W Sussex

  •  

  • Address: 72 Downlands Avenue

  • Occupation:

  • 29 Sep 1939 (age 54)

  • Brewer & Moulder

  • Death:

  • 1 Apr 1953 (age 68)

  • Worthing, W Sussex

Wife: Florence Emma GOSLING

  • Name:

  • Florence Emma GOSLING

  • Sex:

  • Female

  • Father:

  • -

  • Mother:

  • -

  • Birth:

  • 28 Mar 1891

  • Preston, Lancs

  • Residence:

  • 29 Sep 1939 (age 48)

  • Broadwater, W Sussex

  •  

  • Address: 72 Downlands Avenue

  • Death:

  • c. 1983 (age 91-92)

  • Colchester, Essex

Note on Husband: Sydney Harvey COARD

 

In 1891 he was sent back from India to England to live with his Uncle Richard.

 

In 1901 he is found as a student at a boy's boarding school, Laleham, in Margate, Kent, aged 16.

 

He apparently travelled to India from time to time with his mother to their second home there, where the father worked.

 

His Uncle, Arthur Rumney Coard and Aunt Augusta Bathurst Coard both had Indian connections - Arthur's son, Charles Arthur (born there in 1891 (Royal Street Calcutta) and died in Torquay in 1963): His aunt Augusta married a Francis Newman (who was born in Colombo and was later described as a 'Director of Companies') and they had four children, at least one born in India. Her fourth child, Augusta Bathurst Newman maried a John A. Skinner, a lawyer, but their two children both kept the name Newman. One of them, Hilary Francis Cleveland Newman was killed on the Somme in 1916. John A. Skinner was a USA Divisional Judge in Indiana (Brit. Subj.) in 1901.

Sources

1.

Census 1891 E&W. RG12/1057/F?

2.

Census 1901 E&W. RG13/0823/~F120.