Birth: 11 July 1921

Place or Registered Place of Birth: St. George's, Hanover Square, London

Baptism: Not Known

Place of Baptism: Not Known

Death: Not Known

Place or Registered Place of Death: Not Known

Father: Bernard Charles Tolver Paget

Mother: Winifred Nora Paget

Spouse(s): Diana Frances Farmer

Date of Marriage: 3 December 1954

Place or Registered Place of Marriage: Chelsea, London

Children:

Henrietta Paget (1959-)

Notes:

Sir Julian Paget was born in London in 1921 and was educated at Radley College and at Christ Church, Oxford, where he obtained a degree in modern languages. He was commissioned into the Coldstream Guards in 1941 and served for 27 years, both overseas and on ceremonial duties in London, where he commanded The Queen’s Birthday Parade in 1962. In 1972 he was appointed a Gentleman Usher to The Queen and in the same year succeeded his uncle to a baronetcy, becoming the fourth Baronet. He is editor of The Guards Magazine and lectures in both Britain and the United States about ceremonial and pageantry, having been involved in most state occasions over the years. he has written a number of books on both history and ceremonial, including The Story of the Guards, The Pageantry of Britain and The Yeoman of the Guard.

PAGET of Harewood Place

SIR JULIAN TOLVER PAGET, 4TH BT , of Harewood Place, Middx, CVO (1984) [Lt-Col Sir Julian Paget Bt CVO, 4 Trevor St, London SW7 1DU]; born 11 July 1921; succeeded unc 1972; educated Radley and.......

The Times, Wednesday, Jul 21, 1954; pg. 8; Issue 52989; col C
Major J.T. Paget and Miss D.F. Farmer
The engagement is announced between Major Julian Tolver Paget, Coldstream Guards, son of General Sir Bernard and Lady Paget, Royal Hospital, Chelsea, and Diana Frances, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F.S.H. Farmer, 16, Eliot Vale, Blackheath, London.

The Times, Monday, Jan 08, 1973; pg. 14; Issue 58675; col A
Court Circular
Sandringham
January 6: Today being the feast of the Epiphany, Holy Communion was celebrated in the Chapel Royal, St. James's Palace, when the customary offerings of Gold, Frankincense and Myrrh were made on behalf of the Queen by Lieutenant Commander John Holdsworth, R.N., and Lieutenant-Colonel Sir Julian Paget, Bt (Gentlemen Ushers to Her Majesty)

Lieut.-Col. Sir Julian Tolver Paget