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Robert McGowan Barrington-Ward       1891-1948
  Robert McGowan Barrington-Ward D.S.O., M.C., was born on 23 February 1891, the fourth son of Rev. Mark J. Barrington-Ward, D.D., and Caroline Elizabeth Pearson, at Worcester, Worcestershire.
  Robert was a journalist.   He was educated at Westminster School, Balliol College, Oxford, and Lincoln's Inn.   In 1913 he joined The Times and became editorial secretary in 1914.
  In 1919 he went to the Observer as assistant editor.   In 1926 he married Margaret Adele Radice.   In 1927 he returned to The Times as an assistant editor and chief leader-writer; after 1928 he and the editor (Geoffrey Dawson ) were responsible for the treatment of foreign affairs in the paper.   He became deputy editor in 1934 and editor in 1941.
Margaret Adele Radice                         1897-1975
  Margaret Adele was born on 24 Oct 1897, the daughter of Evasio Hampden Radice and Katherine Haslewood, in India.
I have identified the following children.
  Mark Born 25 Oct 1927   London  
Simon Born 27 May 1930   London Married Jean Caverhill Taylor
Caroline Born 10 Oct 1934   London  

Birth of Parents
Robert McGowan Barrington-Ward b: 23 Feb 1891         Worcester       1891 2Q Worcester 6c 309
son of Rev. Mark J. Barrington-Ward, D.D., and Caroline Elizabeth Pearson

Margaret Adele Radice b: 24 Oct 1897               India
daughter of Evasio Hampden Radice and Katherine Haslewood
1 Dec 1926
Robert McGowan Barrington-Ward
Margaret Adele Radice
      1926 4Q Marylebone 1a 1218a

The Times, Thursday, Dec 2, 1926             MARRIAGES
Mr. R. McG. Barrington-Ward and Miss Radice

  The marriage took place at All Souls' Langham-place, yesterday, between Mr. Robert McGowan Barrington-Ward, D.S.O., M.C., fourth son of the late Rev. M. J. Barrington-Ward, D.D., rector of Duloe, Cornwall, Hon. Canon of Truro, and Mrs. Barrington-Ward, of Sandtoft, Pinner, and Margaret Adele, only daughter of the late Mr. E. H. Radice, C.I.E., I.C.S., and Mrs. Radice, of Chaucer-road, Bedford.   The Bishop of Liverpool officiated, assisted by the Rev. F. A. Iremonger and the Rev. W. Haslewood (uncle of the bride).
  Mr. E. F. Radice gave his sister away.   She wore a pearl embroidered ivory georgette gown, with a train of the same fabric.   Her veil of antique Brussels lace was fastened with a wreath of orange blossom, and she carried a sheaf of white roses and myrtle foliage.   Miss June Barrington-Ward (niece of the bridegroom) carried the train, and the bridesmaids were Miss Margery Lang, Miss Betty Innes, Miss Anthea Radice, Miss Iona Radice, Miss Susan Barrington-Ward, and Miss Sarah
Barrington-Ward.   With dresses of Shell-pink georgette they wore wreaths of shaded pink flowers, and they carried bouquets of pink roses.
  Mr. Adrian Boult was best man, and the reception after the ceremony was held at 85, Harley-street.   Among those present were: Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Barrington-Ward, Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Barrington-Ward, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Radice, Lieutenant Colonel and Mrs. A. H. Radice, Mrs. W. A. Radice, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Barrington-Ward, Mrs. Charles Dyson, The Misses Barrington-Ward, Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Radice, Viscount and Viscountess Astor, the Hon. Mrs. Dennis Farrer, the Hon. Mrs. Robert Brand, Sir William and Lady Beynon, Sir Ernley Blackwell, Sir William and Lady Beach Thomas, Sir Geoffrey and Lady Clarke, Sir Herbert and Lady Trustram Eve, Sir Selwyn and Lady Fremantle, Sir Lawrence and Lady Weaver, Mr. and Lady Marjory Merriam, Sir Percy and Lady Cox, Mr and Mrs. Geoffrey Dawson, Mrs. Maughan, Miss Manghan, Colonel and Mrs. Stevens, Dr. and Mrs Costley White, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Wilkinson, Brigadier-General and Mrs Hartley, Captain and Mrs C. Keane, and Miss Kindersley.

Mark Barrington-Ward b: 25 Oct 1927               London       1927 4Q Marylebone 1a 697
son of Robert McGowan Barrington-Ward and Margaret Adele Radice
Simon Barrington-Ward b: 27 May 1930               London       1930 2Q Marylebone 1a 803
son of Robert McGowan Barrington-Ward and Margaret Adele Radice
Caroline Barrington-Ward b: 10 Oct 1934               London       1934 4Q Marylebone 1a 653
daughter of Robert McGowan Barrington-Ward and Margaret Adele Radice

Robert McGowan Barrington-Ward Died 29 Feb 1948, Age 56,       Dar es Salaam, Tanganyika, East Africa.

The Times, Monday, Mar 1, 1948                         DEATHS
  BARRINGTON-WARD - On Feb. 29, 1948, at Dar-es-Salaam, Robert Mcgowan Barrington-ward, Editor of The Times since 1941.   The funeral took place yesterday at Dar-es-Salaam.
The Times - Monday Mar 1, 1948  Read his Obituary

LONDON   27 May 1948                         Probate
BARRINGTON-WARD, Robert McGowan - of 2 Welbeck House, Welbeck-street, London W.1 died 29 February 1948, at sea, Probate London 27 May, to Margaret Adele Barrington-Ward, widow.
  Effects £24,179 8s. 8d.

Margaret Adele (Radice) Barrington-Ward Died 11 May 1974       1974 2Q Oxford 20 2327

The Times, Tuesday, May 14, 1974                     DEATHS
  BARRINGTON-WARD - On May 11th in Oxford, Margaret Adele, widow of Robert Barrington-Ward, aged 76.   Funeral at St. Giles' Church, Oxford, on Friday, May 17th, at 2:15 p.m.