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Julian Walter Orde

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Sir Julian Walter Orde (1861-1928)

1861 Born in Hopton, Suffolk, the son of James Henry Orde, a banker, and his wife Margaret Barclay Gurney

Spent twelve years ranching in America

1885 Married in Hitchin to Alice Georgiana Archdale

1903 Julian W. Orde was appointed Club Secretary of the Automobile Club of Great Britain and Ireland

1904 ORDE, Julian W. Is the club secretary of the A.C.G.B. & I. Is the son of the late James H. Orde, of Hopton, Great Yarmouth. Was educated at Haileybury, and on the Continent. Has spent twelve years in America. For two years was managing director of an important Paris company. Hobbies: Golf, motoring;. Took an indefatigable part in the arduous work of the organization of the arrangements for the Gordon Bennett Race in Ireland. [1]

1909 Biographical information and image at Automotor Journal 1909/07/03

1911 Living at 11 Queen Anne Avenue, Bromley, Kent: Julian Walter Orde (age 50 born Hopton, Suffolk), Secretary to a Club. With his wife Alice Georgiana Orde (age 49 born Biggleswade) and their two daughters Elizabeth Susan Orde (age 18 born Bournemouth) and Mary Margaret Orde (age 16 born Embleton, Cumb.). Three servants.[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. Motoring Annual and Motorist’s Year Book 1904
  2. 1911 Census