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Henry Herbert Barclay

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1904 BARCLAY, Lieut.-Colonel Henry Herbert, M.V.O., Hanworth Hall, Norfolk, and the Grange, Cromer. Cars: 9 h.p. and 18 h.p. Darracqs. Has driven 10,000 per annum since 1897. Is commander of the King's Own Regiment Norfolk Imperial Yeomanry. Hobbies: Hunting, coursing, shooting. Supports motoring because he considers it the greatest invention and blessing of modern times, and destined to alter the whole course of business and mode of living to the inestimable benefit of mankind in general. Clubs: Cavalry, Norfolk County, A.C.G.B. & I. [1]

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  1. Motoring Annual and Motorist’s Year Book 1904