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Houndle family
Edward Laffan Garvock Houndle

Edward Laffan Garvock Houndle
born 5 Jul 1848, 8 Radnor Place, Paddington, London
died 22 Apr 1913, Heyshott, Sussex
m.20 Jan 1891 Watford, Hertfordshire, to Charlotte Elizabeth Glaysher
He was also Rector at All Saints Church, Edelsborough, Buckinghamshire, [now Hertfordshire] before he went to Heyshott.
1911 Post office directory
"The churchyard has been much enlarged by the present rector" ......."The living is a rectory, formerly annexed to that of Stedham, net yearly value £120, with 14 acres of glebe, and residence, in the gift of H. C. Houndle esq. of the Inner Temple, and held since 1897 by the Rev. Edward Laffan Garvock Houndle The. Assoc.K.C.L "
The H C Houndle mentioned, I presume, was Edward's younger brother - Henry Charles Herman Hawker Ducie
Edward Henry Garvock Houndle b.1892 Forest Gate, London
Ernest Alfred Garvock Houndle b.1895 Epsom, Surrey
John Houndle b.1897 Heyshott Sussex d.1897 Heyshott, Sussex
Emily Charlotte Garvock Houndle b.1898 Heyshott, Sussex
Edgar Robert Garvock Houndle b.1900 Heyshott, Sussex
Eric Leslie Garvock Houndle b.1904 Heyshott, Sussex
Evered James Garvock Houndle b.1910 Heyshott, Sussex
After Edward died in 1913 the family migrated to Quebec, Canada aboard the ship "Ionian".
Leaving London 18 Apr 1914 and arriving in Quebec 28 April 1914
Edward Henry - married and moved to USA, died 1971, Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA
Ernest Alfred Garvock - served in the Canadian Army in WW1
Emily Charlotte Garvock - researching
Edgar Robert Garvock - married and died 1961 in British Columbia, Canada
Eric Leslie Garvock - researching
Evered James Garvock - researching
Edward Laffan Garvock Houndle was young Edward's father.
He was a Civil Service Clerk in the Adjutants Office of the Horse Guards Paddington and also Secretary at the Royal College, Sandhurst. His father was Captain Edward Houndle of the 26th Regiment and died in India 1806 at the age of 26.
Edward's mother was Emily Christine Hawker, the second daughter of Sir Samuel Hawker.
Sir Samuel Hawker GCH ADC, Colonel 3rd Dragoon Guards, born 1763, died 1838. Sir Samuel Hawker commanded the 16th Light Dragoons in the Netherlands in 1793-94 under HRH The Duke of York where he was severely wounded. Specially thanked for conspicuous gallantry in the field. Served as Colonel of the 14th Light Dragoons in the Peninsular War of 1809-10-11 including all the principal engagements. Wounded in the Battle of Talevera for which he received the Special Gold Medal. Sir Samuel Hawker was subsequently created Knight of the Grand Cross of the Royal Hanoverian Guelphic Order and appointed Aide-de-Camp to King George III in 1809 and was at the deathbed of King William IV in 1837.

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