Person    | Male  Born 15/10/1904  Died 17/7/2004

Sir Julian Stephen Alfred Hodge

Julian Stephen Alfred Hodge was born 15 October 1904 in Camberwell, the second of the seven children of Alfred Edward Hodge (1882-1950) and Jane Emily Hodge née Simcocks (1877-1946). His birth was registered in the 4th quarter of 1904 in the Camberwell registration district, London.

His siblings were: Donald Ignatius Bernard Hodge (1903-1989); Leonard Thomas E. Hodge (1907-1999); Eileen Elizabeth Hodge (1908-2006); John George Hodge (1911-2000); Gerard T. Hodge (1913-1966) and Teresa Gwendolyn Hodge (1915-2003).

In the 1911 census he is shown as living in a six roomed property at 34 Brynavon Terrace, Hengoed, Glamorgan, Wales, with his parents, two of his siblings: Leonard & Eileen, his widower paternal grandfather Alfred Ford Hodge (1856-1935), his paternal aunt Florence Hodge (b. c1889), together with two male boarders. His father described himself as a plumber working for a gas & water company. His grandfather was shown as a gas fitter for a gas & water company.

In the 1939 England and Wales Register he is shown as a corporate accountant in the Great Western Railway and also listed as a member of Air Raid Precautions, living at 'The Firs' Bryn Road, Pontllanfraith, Monmouthshire, with his mother, his sister Teresa, his brother John and his sister-in-law Juliette Hodge née Patrouilleau (1919-2013). His sister was shown as a company secretary and his brother as an officer colonial services (education). 

On 31 December 1951 he married Moira Thomas (1924-2012) at St. Peter's R.C Church, Cardiff, Glamorgan and they had three children: Jane Elizabeth Hodge (b.1953); Robert Hodge and Julian Jonathan Hodge (b.1958)

As Chairman of Hodge Group Limited, he is shown in the London Gazette as being created a Knight Bachelor in the 1970 Queen's Birthday Honours List.

He died, aged 99 years, on 17 July 2004 in St Aubin, Jersey, Channel Islands.

Our Picture Source, his Wikipedia page and his obituary in The Guardian newspaper gives much information about this man.

Credit for this entry to: Andrew Behan.

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