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date: 02 July 2020

Gurney, Sir Henry Lovell Goldsworthylocked

  • A. J. Stockwell


Gurney, Sir Henry Lovell Goldsworthy (1898–1951), colonial administrator, was born at Poughill, Bude, in Cornwall, on 27 June 1898, the only son of Gregory Goldsworthy Henry Gurney, solicitor, and his wife, Florence Mary Lovell, daughter of Edwin Francis Chamier. Educated at Winchester College...

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