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Arthur Ludlow Clayden

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Arthur Ludlow Clayden (1883-1954), Journalist

1883 Born in Bath the son of Arthur William Clayden, the principal of New College, Exeter, and his wife Ethel

1905 Married in Bristol to Emma Kate Morgan

1911 Living at 69 Sarsfeld Road, Balham Park Road, Balham: Arthur Ludlow Clayden (age 27 born Bath), Journalist. With his wife Emma Kate Clayden (age 29 born Exeter) and their three children; Gladys Kathleen Ludlow Clayden (age 5 born Warminster); Barbara Molly Ludlow Clayden (age 4 born Exeter); and Richard Harry Ludlow Clayden (age 2 born Exeter). One Servant.[1]

1954 Died in Volusia, Florida, United States

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  1. 1911 Census