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John George Haggard (1850-1908) served from 1883 to 1908 as British Vice-Consul in Lamu (Kenya) and also in the British consulates in Zanzibar, Madagascar, Brest (France), Trieste (Italy), Noumea (New Caledonia) and Malaga (Spain). He was married to Agnes Marion Barber.
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No reproduction or publication of personal papers without permission. Contact the library in the first instance.Existence of Copies
Microfilm copies of the papers (excepting letters from Agnes Marion Haggard, c.1886-1888, the diaries of Ella Doveton, 1837-1866, and letters from Maximilian Western in Rangoon, Burma, nd.) are held by the National Archives of Kenya and the National Museums of Kenya.
Listed as no. 584 in Manuscript Collections in Rhodes House Library Oxford, Accessions 1978-1994 (Oxford, Bodleian Library, 1996).Related Units of Description
The naval papers of Lieutenant John George Haggard are held by the National Maritime Museum, Greenwich.
Haggard | John George | 1850-1908 | diplomat
Haggard | 1854-1923 | Andrew Charles Parker | soldier
Haggard | Agnes Marion | fl 1885-1888 | nee Barber
Doveton | Ella Haggard | fl 1837-1866 | nee Doveton
Haggard | William Meybohm Rider | fl 1883 | lawyer and squire
Great Britain | Consulate
Great Britain. Army | Egypt | Military life
Egypt | Army
Sudan | History | 1821-
Kenya | History
Zanzibar | History
Madagascar | History
New Caledonia | History
Brest (France) | History
Trieste (Italy) | History
Málaga (Spain) | History