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A history of the Bailiwick of Guernsey: The islanders' story. ISBN13:9780850334593.
The son of Thomas Edwards, a Guernsey quarry owner, by his wife Harriet (née Mauger) . Guernsey People, L. James Marr, Phillimore, 1984, pg 49.
The son of Thomas Edwards, a Guernsey quarry owner, by his wife Harriet (née Mauger), Edwards served in the Royal Guernsey Light Infantry, then spent four years reading English at the University of Bristol (1919–1923), from which he apparently did not graduate; following this, he entered the literary world of London. Edwards is known for The Book of Ebenezer Le Page, which was published posthumously in 1981. ^ "The Arran Voice – Extraordinary Ebenezer follow-up".
James Marr, son of Leonard and Elvina Marr, was the author of The History of Guernsey, acclaimed on publication in 1982 as the most important book on the islands since Ferdinand Tupper"s history more than a century earlier. During World World War II, he served in the British Army in France, North Africa, Italy and Austria. He was a schoolmaster at Hackney Downs, London, specialising in his subjects, and simultaneously taking history. Other books by James Marr on historical aspects of Guernsey include: Guernsey People. rnMore People in Guernsey"s Story. Bailiwick Bastions; Bailiwick Harbours and Landing Places.
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James Marr (1918–2009) was the author of The History of Guernsey, acclaimed on publication in 1982 as the most important book on the islands since Ferdinand Tupper's history more than a century earlier. Marr was the son of Leonard and Elvina (née Machon) Marr. Marr was educated at Les Vauxbelets College, Guernsey, and the College of St Mark and St John, London, graduating with honours in economics and political science.