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LONDON, July 13. j Mr. Geoffrey Walter Harboard. 84, j a former clerk who earned £6 a week I has become the ninth Lord Suffield through the death of the eighth baron. ! He had some outspoken comments ! to make when told that the present residents of Suffield Hall, near Norwich, had made no preparations to receive him. ' , *~ T "I don't care a damn whether I live there or not," he said angrily. "The place is mortgaged to the hilt and I don't suppose I have much coming to, me—not enough to keep ' th » m, am°* not surprised at coming into the title. I expected it if I outlived the seventh and eighth barons, that wasn't much of a job, as they both drank like, fish." • The new baron lives in his adopted daughter's home, a semi-detached villa at Hounslow, London. [Such ol the cable news on this ptge « *. » be unrttt'oo* fn- tn- ?w not. U-oje W - The iUU2» uiiicss s«uta 19 oe t>o.J

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BARON ANNOYED, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 166, 16 July 1945

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BARON ANNOYED Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 166, 16 July 1945

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