The Barclay Brothers Family Tree

 

An extensive profile on their parents, Uncles, Aunts, In-laws, Spouses, Fellow Directors and those they have engaged business with are in this unauthorised biography on The Barclay Brothers and Family – Tax what Tax

Researched and Published by

Lord de Chanson

Last updated 27th December 2014

Sir David Barclay and Sir Frederick Barclay

 Family Tree

 

Sir David and Sir Frederick Barclay

Grand Parents:

 

Andrew Barclay

Born: 1859 – 1949

Andrew Barclay was by trade a Commercial Traveller

Married

Lilias Goldie Morton

Born: 1862 – 1942

 

Sir David and Sir Frederick Barclay

Uncle and Aunts

 

Lily Goldie Barclay

Born: 1886 – 1969

Married

Alan T Good Hutchins

Born: 1887 – 1973

 

Andrew Victor Barclay

Born: 1887 – 1969

Andrew Barclay was by trade a Commercial Traveller

Married

Dorothy A Underhill

Born: 1890 – 1982

 

Annie Clark Barclay

Born: 1890 – 1892

Died of Diphtheria

 

Sir David and Sir Frederick Barclay

Parents

 

Frederick Hugh Barclay

Born: 1893 – 1947

Frederick Hugh Barclay was by trade a Commercial Traveller selling Confectionery

Married

Beatrice Cecilia Taylor

Born: 1906 – 1989

 

Sir David Barclay

And

Ex-Bankrupt Sir Frederick Barclay’s

Brief Introduction to their parents

Frederick Hugh Barclay

and

Beatrice Cecilia Taylor

 

Frederick Hugh Barclay and Beatrice Cecilia Taylor are the parents of Sir David Barclay and Ex-Bankrupt Sir Frederick Barclay. Beatrice Cecilia Taylor was just 19 years old and pregnant with her first child outside wedlock. Beatrice Cecilia Taylor lied about her age when she got married in Solihull in the West Midlands in 1925 and said she was 23. Why did his mother lie? It’s all in the book.

Beatrice Cecilia Taylor was born in Shirley, West Midlands. Her father’s name was Hanley Joseph Taylor, he was a solicitor’s clerk, but he died when Beatrice was young.

Frederick Hugh Barclay was a commercial traveller selling confectionery. He originally came from Govan in Scotland. His family then moved down to Balsall Heath in the West Midlands around 1901. When Frederick Hugh Barclay married Beatrice Cecilia Taylor in May 1925, he also lied about his age, he was 22 years old at the time, but said he was 29 years old?

1925 Within five months of marriage, they moved down from: Bungalow, Tythe Barn Lane, Shirley, West Midlands to 73 Sinclair Road, Hammersmith, London W6.

1929 Beatrice and Frederick Barclay then moved to: 108 Sinclair Road, Hammersmith, London W6 with their three children: Pauline Frederica, Lillian Rosetta and Andrew Roy

1934 Beatrice and Frederick Barclay then moved to: 10 Sinclair Road, Hammersmith, London W6 with their six children: Pauline Frederica, Lillian Rosetta, Andrew Roy, David Rowat, Frederick Hugh and Douglas Victor

1938 Beatrice and Frederick Barclay then moved to: Basement, 49 Russell Road, Kensington, London with their six children: Pauline Frederica, Lillian Rosetta, Andrew Roy, David Rowat, Frederick Hugh and Douglas Victor

1941 Beatrice and Frederick Barclay then moved to: 46 Comeragh Road London W14 with their eight children: Pauline Frederica, Lillian Rosetta, Andrew Roy, David Rowat, Frederick Hugh, Douglas Victor, Graham Stewart and Lawrence Hamilton.

1946 Beatrice and Frederick Barclay then moved to: 39a Addison Gardens, London with their eight children: Pauline Frederica, Lillian Rosetta, Andrew Roy, David Rowat, Frederick Hugh, Douglas Victor, Graham Stewart and Lawrence Hamilton.

Sir David Barclay and Ex-Bankrupt Sir Frederick Barclay’s father died in 1947 of Respiratory failure. He was just 54 and the two identical twins were just thirteen years old at the time. Their mother Beatrice Cecilia Barclay died much later of Bronco Pneumonia in 1989 at her home in South West London, which she shared with her son Andrew Roy Barclay.

It appears most of The Barclay Family were either “Confectioner Sellers / Travellers – and “Painter, Decorators, Carpenters and General Gofers

Along this very difficult and frustrating journey at times in researching this book, I researched the background stemming back to their Grand Parents then their own Parents, Uncles and Aunts. Then the siblings of Sir David Barclay and Ex-Bankrupt Sir Frederick Barclay and then their own children. I researched the spouses and their respective families which was challenging at times but very interesting in parts.

According to the Times Newspaper Frederick and Beatrice Barclay had ten children, however I have only been able to track eight of their children? If they did have ten children I would be interested to know the date of birth of the two missing? I wonder if Frederick and Beatrice had central heating in their rented basement flat?.

 

Sir David and Sir Frederick Barclay Parents 

Frederick and Beatrice Barclay

Had

Eight Children

 

Pauline Frederica Barclay

Born: 1925 –

Spinster:

 

Lillian Rosetta Barclay

Born: 1929

Married

Louis Ronald Barnham

Born: 1914 – 2004

Lillian and Louis Barnham have two children:

 

Gerald L Barnham

Born: 1950

Married

Margaret L Young

Born: – 1952

 

Susan J Barnham

Born: 1956

Spinster

 

Andrew Roy Barclay

Born: 1932 –

Bachelor

 

Sir David Rowat Barclay

Born: 1934

Retired Painter and Decorator

Married

Zoe Margaret Newton

Born: 1935 –

Ex-Model

Sir David Barclay and Lady Zoe Barclay have three children:

 

Aidan Stuart Barclay (1st Child)

Born: 1956 –

Married

Ferzana Aziz

Born: – 1959

 

Howard Myles Barclay (2nd Child)

Born: 1959 –

Bachelor

 

Duncan Hugh Barclay (3rd Child)

Born: 1961 –

Married

Anne Marie Christine Rodier

Born: 1966

 

Sir Frederick Barclay – Ex-Bankrupt

Born: 1934

Retired Painter and Decorator

Married

Hiroko Asada

Born: 1942

Kuzusaka Family (Restaurateurs)

Ex-Bankrupt Sir Frederick and Lady Hiroko Barclay have two children:

 

Ko Asada Barclay (1st Child)

Born 1967

Ko Asada Barclay natural father is Kenji Asada

Married

Sara Jane Love

Born: 1968

 

Amanda Rica Barclay (2nd Child)

Born: 1978

Shop Assistant – Jeweller

Married

Richard Julian Robert Faber (1st Hubby)

Born: 1975

Banker – Still employed by Amanda’s Daddy

Amanda Rica Barclay and Richard Faber divorced a few years later.

Amanda Rica Barclay

Married

Andrew Jarger Lubin (2nd hubby)

Born: 1967

Another Banker

 

Douglas Victor Barclay– Ex-Bankrupt

Born: 1936

Retired Painter and Decorator

Married

Simone Esme Smee

Born: 1940 –

Former Bank Clerk

Ex-Bankrupt Douglas and Simone Barclay have two children

 

Simone Zena Barclay

Born: – 1968

 

Frederica Adele Barclay

Born: – 1970

 

Graham Stewart Barclay

Born: 1941

Director of own Companies

Married

Susan May Casey

Born: 1947 –

Former Hairdresser

Graham and Susan Barclay have three children

 

Oliver Stewart Barclay

Born: 1972

Local government officer

Married

Louise S Butcher

Born: –

Local government officer

 

Joanne Cecelia Barclay

Born: 1974 –

Teacher

Married

Justin Charles P Lucas

Born: 1970

Teacher

Colonel Jeremy Lucas OBE is Justin Lucas Father.

 

Alison Julia Barclay

Born: 1980 –

Tennis Coach

Married

Daniel Paul Trickett

Born: 1975

Estate Agent

The Rt.Hon. Jon Hedley Trickett M.P.is Daniel Trickett’s Father

 

Lawrence Hamilton Barclay

Born: 1942 –

Carpenter – Shop Fitter – Builder

Married

Bridgette McMahon

Born: 1960 –

Former Accounts Clerk

Lawrence and Bridgette Barclay have two children

 

Caroline Louise Barclay

Born: 1978 –

Sophie Adele Barclay

Born: 1981 –

 

Sir David Barclay

and

Ex-Bankrupt Sir Frederick Barclay

 

Early days in Business

 

 

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 Slightly camp in appearance Sir David Barclay and younger twin brother Ex-Bankrupt Sir Frederick Barclay

 

In the 1950’s to the present day, the reclusive Sir David Barclay and his younger identical twin Ex-Bankrupt Sir Frederick Barclay are “almost inseparable“.

The then plainDavid Rowat Barclayfound a girlfriend calledZoe Margaret Newton“. He would later walk her to her dancing lessons. “Zoe Margaret Newton” was a grammar school girl who had desires to become a ballet dancer. Sir David Barclay obviously had other ideas and later encouraged her to make some easy money where she pursued a modelling career, the advice paid off. Zoe Margaret Newton became “The Milk Marketing Board’spip-up and almost overnight was plastered on bill-boards throughout the country seductively advertisingMilk” and her legendary poses in advertisements in the national tabloids with…….

 

 Zoe Newton, the wife of David Barclay, was a hugely successful model in spite of being less than 5ft tall.

 

Lady Zoe Barclay – Zoe Margaret Newton

Ex-Model

 

her provocative sexy legs pocking up behind the sofa” wearing black stockings, it paid the rent, so much so, Zoe Margaret Newton became a “Cash Cow” that enabled them both to later purchase a home in Chiswick, in West London and help fund Sir David Barclay’s early business ventures. An extensive profile on Sir David Barclay and Lady Zoe Barclay will be made available in the book.

David Rowat Barclay and Ex-Bankrupt Frederick Hugh Barclay were brought up in the once deprived and seedy party of West London. They both left school early without any qualifications. There was an earlier partnership in the late 1950’s/1960s between the Barclay Brothers trading as Barclay Brothers “painters, decorators and general gofers” and operating from 39 Addison Gardens, London W14

Another partnership around the same period, a “Furnished Accommodation Bureau” trading as “Peter Howard Agency” and operated from 171 Holland Road, London W14.

Sir Frederick Barclay and his younger brother Douglas Victor Barclay also ran the confectionary store called “Candy Corner” from 64 Richmond Way, London W14.

 

The Barclay Brothers Bankruptcy

 

Frederick Hugh Barclay –  Bankruptcy  –  Douglas Victor Barclay

1960 – 4th November  Frederick Hugh Barclay of 47 Lansdowne Road, London W11 formally in partnership with others as a Furnished Accommodation Bureau under the style of Peter Howard Agency and traded from 171 Holland Road, London W14. Frederick Hugh Barclay was also in partnership with his brother Douglas Victor Barclay as Tobacconists and Confectioners trading as Candy Corner from 64 Richmond Way, London W14. They were also both formally carrying on business in partnership with another as Builders and Decorators under the style of Barclay Brothers and trading from 39 Addison Gardens, London W14 described in the receiving order as Candy Corner (a firm). Appointment of Trustees were appointed by the High Court of Justice – Crosskey, Harold Edward of 24 Eastcheap, London EC2. Date of Filing Petition 31st May 1960.

Frederick Hugh Barclay – Bankruptcy –  Douglas Victor Barclay

1965 9th March – Frederick Hugh Barclay of 47 Lansdowne Road, London W11 formally in partnership with others as a Furnished Accommodation Bureau and his brother Douglas Victor Barclay of 171 Holland Road, London W14 both carrying on business in partnership as Tobacconists and Confectioners trading as Candy Corner from 64 Richmond Way, London W14 and both formally carrying on business in partnership with another as Builders and Decorators under the style of Barclay Brothers and trading from 39 Addison Gardens, London W14 described in the receiving order as Candy Corner (a firm) of 64 Richmond Way, London W14 (Joint Estate) High Court of Justice of 1960. Last Day for Receiving Proofs – 26th March 1965. Name of Trustee and Address: Crosskey, Harold Edward of 24 Eastcheap, London EC2.

Frederick Hugh Barclay –  Bankruptcy  –  Douglas Victor Barclay

1965 – 9th March Separate Estate of. Court – High Court of Justice of 1960. Last Day for Receiving Proofs – 26th March 1965. . Name of Trustee and Address: Crosskey, Harold Edward of 24 Eastcheap, London EC2.

Frederick Hugh Barclay –  Bankruptcy  –  Douglas Victor Barclay

1965 13th April Frederick Hugh Barclay of 47 Lansdowne Road, London W11 formally in partnership with others as a Furnished Accommodation Bureau and his brother Douglas Victor Barclay of 171 Holland Road, London W14 and formally of 136 Addison Gardens, London W14, both carrying on business in partnership as Tobacconists and Confectioners trading as Candy Corner from 64 Richmond Way, London W14 and both formally carrying on business in partnership with another as Builders and Decorators under the style of Barclay Brothers and trading from 39 Addison Gardens, London W14 described in the receiving order as Candy Corner (a firm) of 64 Richmond Way, London W14 (Separate Estate of Frederick Hugh Barclay) High Court of Justice of 1960. Amount per £ – 18s. 9d. First or Final or otherwise – First and Final. When Payable – 27th April, 1965. Where Payable: 24 Eastcheap, London EC2.

Frederick Hugh Barclay – Bankruptcy –  Douglas Victor Barclay  –  Application For Discharge:

1966 1st March Frederick Hugh Barclay of 47 Lansdowne Road, London W11 formally in partnership with others as a Furnished Accommodation Bureau and his brother Douglas Victor Barclay of 171 Holland Road, London W14 and formally of 136 Addison Gardens, London W14, both carrying on business in partnership as Tobacconists and Confectioners trading as Candy Corner from 64 Richmond Way, London W14 and both formally carrying on business in partnership with another as Builders and Decorators under the style of Barclay Brothers and trading from 39 Addison Gardens, London W14 described in the receiving order as Candy Corner (a firm) of 64 Richmond Way, London W14 High Court of Justice of 1960. Date Fixed for Hearing – 21st April 1966 at 11am Place – Victory House, Kingsway, London WC2.

Frederick Hugh Barclay – Bankruptcy – Douglas Victor Barclay  –  Orders Made on Application for Discharge

1966 7th June Frederick Hugh Barclay of 47 Lansdowne Road, London W11 formally in partnership with others as a Furnished Accommodation Bureau and his brother Douglas Victor Barclay of 171 Holland Road, London W14 and formally of 136 Addison Gardens, London W14, both carrying on business in partnership as Tobacconists and Confectioners trading as Candy Corner from 64 Richmond Way, London W14 and both formally carrying on business in partnership with another as Builders and Decorators under the style of Barclay Brothers and trading from 39 Addison Gardens, London W14 described in the receiving order as Candy Corner (a firm) of 64 Richmond Way, London W14 High Court of Justice of 1960. Date of Order 21st April 1966. Nature of Order made – Bankrupts discharge suspended for 3 months and that they be discharged as from 21st July 1966, and whereas it has been proved that the Bankrupt Frederick Hugh Barclay has been guilty of misconduct in relation to his property and affairs. Grounds named in Order for refusing an absolute Order of Discharge – Proofs of Facts mentioned in section 26 sub-section 3 (A, B, C, and E), Bankruptcy Act 1914, as amended by section 1 of the Bankruptcy (Amendment) Act, 1926.

Frederick Hugh Barclay – Bankruptcy – Douglas Victor Barclay  –  Discharge

1967 12th December Frederick Hugh Barclay of 47 Lansdowne Road, London W11 formally in partnership with others as a Furnished Accommodation Bureau and his brother Douglas Victor Barclay of 171 Holland Road, London W14 and formally of 136 Addison Gardens, London W14, both carrying on business in partnership as Tobacconists and Confectioners trading as Candy Corner from 64 Richmond Way, London W14 and both formally carrying on business in partnership with another as Builders and Decorators under the style of Barclay Brothers and trading from 39 Addison Gardens, London W14. High Court of Justice of 1960. Trustee’s Name and Address and Description – Crosskey, Harold Edward of 24 Eastcheap, London EC2, Accountant. Date of Release – 30th November 1967.

 

1962

Sir David Barclay an “Unqualified – Estate Agent” set-up his own practice with his wife, Ex-Model Zoe Margaret Newton called Hifghgate Estate Agents.

 

1963

Sir David & Zoe Barclay were now living in Chiswick, West London.

 

1963

Sir David and Zoe Barclay formed a company called Ilkent Properties Limited

Here is a list of Sir David Barclay’s early property acquisitions, before they got involved with The Crown Agents in 1968. (The Barclay Brothers will not like what I have uncovered on this selection of properties) – It’s all in the book.

These include:

1964

Acquired throughIkent Properties

32 Redan Street, West Kensington, London

 

 

1964

Acquired throughIlkent Properties:

Numbers: 69, 77, 79, 81, 85, 87, 93 and 129 Linkfield Road, Isleworth, Middlesex

 

1964

Acquired throughIlkent Properties

59, 61, 107, 109 and 117 Linkfield Road, Isleworth, Middlesex

 

 

1964

Sir David Barclay went into a 50-50 partnership with Mr Neil Ellegard when they formed Primary Holdings Limited. There is a separate profile on Neil Ellegard in the book.

 

1966

This was Sir David Barclay‘s most fortunate break in business as this was the year dubious solicitor’sHenry Kaye and Jack Walker” senior partners of law firm Davies, Arnold & Cooper became directors and shareholders of Sir David Barclay’s company called Highgrange Investments. These appointments led to an introduction to The Crown Agents whom Henry Kaye and Jack Walker acted for. The Crown Agents became a secondary banking lender with disastrous consequences. Ex-Bankrupt Sir Frederick Barclay was still in Bankruptcy at this time and accordingly, was barred from being a director of any company although he was involved in the businesses of his older twin brother Sir David Barclay.

 

1966

Acquired throughIlkent Properties:

62, 62a, 62b Elliott Road, Chiswick, London

 

1966

Acquired throughHighgrange Investments:

26 Pembridge Square, London W8 – (Hyde Park West Hotel)

They borrowed £50,000 from Himpry Investments Limited based in Slough whom took a first charge on the property.

 

1967

Acquired throughIlkent Properties:

21 Windmill Road, Chiswick, London

 

1967

Acquired throughGrapecroft Investments. Both Sir David Barclay and Mr Neil Ellegard were 50-50 partners.

36 Queensway, London W2

I have researched The Barclay Brothers and Family and Business Interests since 2008 to the present day. Although the best researched pieces will be found in the published book, in light of the constant repetitive defamation that The Barclay Brothers have orchestrated against me since 2008, I feel my only redress before publication is to publish minor segments in the “Public Interest“.

Sir David Barclay

and

Sir Frederick Barclay – Ex-Bankrupt

Tax what Tax

ISBN  978-0-9570748-0-4

Researched and Published By

Lord de Chanson

 

For additional information on these two Billionaires please go to:

Sark and Brecqhou

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The Barclay Brothers Press Release

thebarclaybrotherspressrelease.wordpress.com

The Author:

Lord de Chanson

lorddechanson.wordpress.com

Sir Frederick Barclay Witness Statement

sirfrederickbarclaywitnessstatement.wordpress.com

Aidan Barclay

aidanbarclay.wordpress.com

The Ritz Hotel London

theritzhotellondon.wordpress.com

Tax Issues

thebarclaybrotherstaxwhattax.wordpress.com

Casino Interests

thebarclaybrotherscasinointerests.wordpress.com

Family Tree

thebarclaybrothersfamilytree.wordpress.com

The Barclay Brothers and Aidan Barclay

thebarclaybrothersandaidanbarclay.wordpress.com

Catalogue and Online Shopping Business

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Aidan Barclay Amended Witness Statement

aidanbarclayamendedwitnessstatement.wordpress.com

Derek Quinlan Financier

derekquinlanfinancier.wordpress.com

 

If you hold information on Sir David Barclay, Lady Zoe Barclay, Sir Frederick Barclay, Lady Hiroko Barclay, Aidan Barclay, Howard Barclay, Duncan Barclay and on family spouses that should be published within this unauthorised biography including photographs, please kindly leave a comment.

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