|1894||Claudia Barclay born|
|1919||Marries Maj. Edward Alexander Packe||husband|
|1921||Florence Barclay dies||mother|
|1925||Rev. Charles Barclay dies||father|
|1962||Maj. Edward Alexander Packe dies||husband|
Claudia Barclay went to St Mortiz with her mother Florence Barclay and two of her sisters, Vera and Angela. See The Cresta Run.
Miss Claudia Barclay in full command of her team on the Village Run, 1913
During World War I, she worked as a VAD. The Voluntary Aid Detachment was a voluntary organisation providing field nursing services in hospitals and other places. They were not officially nurses, since their training was rudimentary.
Temporary Brazilian immigration - for a trip up the Amazon in 1964
Husband and Children
Husband: In 1919, she married Maj. Edward Alexander Packe.
|Anthony||1920||1957 Margaret Drake (1931-)||2010|
|Celia||1922||1946 John Frederick Dibblee (1918-2012)||2005|
|Gloria||1932|| 1962 Ralph Cheyney|
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