Person    | Male  Born 1865  Died 1953

Samuel Augustine Courtauld

Categories: Literature, Philanthropy

Samuel Augustine Courtauld

Philanthropist and editor. Associated with Halstead, Braintree.  Almost certainly related to Samuel Courtauld of Institute fame but we cannot discover how.

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Samuel Augustine Courtauld

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Samuel Courtauld

This stone was laid by S.A. Courtauld, 20th July 1927. Alner W Hall - Archit...

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