Authorized Form of NameBarron; (John) Bernard (1886-1981); civil servant and CFR archivist
Forenames(John) Bernard
Epithetcivil servant and CFR archivist
ActivityBorn Cheltenham 29 August 1886; taught at Kirton Grammar School, Lincs., Anglo-Belgian School in Antwerp, St. George's School, Jerusalem; worked for George Blyth, Bishop of |Jerusalem until 1912; farmed in Canada; 1914 joined 1st Canadian Expeditionary Force as a private soldier; commissioned 24 July 1915 in the 3rd Battalion Royal Worcestershire Regiment; Palestine military and civil administration, 1918-1924; in business and civil service, Alexandria, Egypt, 1924-1954; returned to England and became Archivist for the Council on Foreign Relations, 1954-1974.
MC and bar, Aug/Sept. 1916; Military OBE 1919; Lambeth MA, 1958; Order of Justinian & Order of the Holy Sepulchre bestowed by Patriarch of Jerusalem; Order of the Nile bestowed by King Farouk.
Died 1981; buried in Milford on Sea.
RelationshipsMarried Elinor, fourth daughter of Bishop Blyth, 1915; one son John Reginald Bernard Barron.
SourceCol. Barron's granddaughter.

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