Birth: 1910 - June Quarter

Place or Registered Place of Birth: Brixworth, Northamptonshire

Baptism: Not Known

Place of Baptism: Not Known

Death: July 1942

Place or Registered Place of Death: Missing Over Enemy Territory

Father: Thomas Guy Frederick Paget

Mother: Emma Bettine Des Voeux

Spouse(s): Violet May Whitaker

Date of Marriage: 17 January 1934

Place or Registered Place of Marriage: St. Clement Danes, Strand, London

Children:

Thomas Anthony J. Paget (1935-)

Notes:

John William Frederick graduated from Cambridge University.

The Times - January 17, 1934
Mr.. J. Paget and Miss Whitaker
The marriage took place yesterday at St. Clement Danes, Strand, of Mr. John Paget, younger son of Major and Mrs. Guy Paget, and Miss Violet Mary Whitaker, only daughter of Captain and Mrs. Percy Whitaker, of The Stone House, Southwold, Suffolk, and 99, Little Cadogan Place, S.W. 1. The Rev. F. C. Woodhouse took the service. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a close-fitting dress of gold tissue, with a draped neckline and a train cut in one with the skirt. Her long veil of parchment-tinted tulle was held in place by a plaited gold headdress, and she carried a spray of lilies. There was only, one attendant, John Carrigan, who wore long trousers and a short coat of parchment-tinted satin with a georgette blouse to match. Sir Stephen Bull was best man. A reception was held at 16, Bruton Street.

The Times - November 23, 1933
Mr. J. Paget and Miss Whitaker
A marriage has been arranged, and will take place in January, between John Paget, younger son of Major and Mrs. Guy Paget, and Violet Mary, only daughter of Captain and Mrs. Percy Whitaker, of The Stone House, Southwold, Suffolk, and 99, Little Cadogan Place, S.W.1.

The Times - July 21, 1942
Missing
Paget. - Pilot Officer John William Guy Paget, R.A.F.V.R., younger son of Major and Mrs. Guy Paget, of Ibstock and Sulby, missing from operations over enemy territory.

John William Frederick Guy Paget