Sylvester Ohene Quarde

(c 1904-1981)
MotherSarah Ann Sackett (1867-1944)
Sylvester Ohene Quarde, son of Sarah Ann Sackett, was born in Streatham, LondonG, in about 1904.1 He died aged 76 in Hendon, LondonG, on 30 September 19812 and was buried at Newham, LondonG, on 9 October 1981.3
     In 1911 Sylvester was living at 6a Avenue Park Road, West Norwood, LondonG, in the household of his mother Sarah Ann Wilkes, and was recorded in the census as Sylvester Quarde, aged six and born in Streatham.4
     At the outbreak of the Second World War in 1939, Sylvester was an inmate at the Friern Hospital, New Southgate, MiddlesexG.5
Sackett line9th great-grandson of Thomas Sackett the elder of St Peter in Thanet

 Notes & Citations

  1. Census.
  2. "England & Wales, Civil Registration Death Index, 1916–2007", database,, "Dec qtr 1981. Quarde, Sylvester Ohene, b. abt 1905. Hendon. 13:0461."
  3. "UK, Burial and Cremation Index", database,, "Sylvester Ohene Quardo, d. 30 Sep 1981, bur. Newham, London, 9 Oct 1981."
  4. 1911 England census, digital image from National Archives microfilm,, RG14, piece 2130
    6a Avenue Park Road, West Norwood, Lambeth, London
    6 rooms
    Wilkes, Sarah Ann, head, 43, widowed, private means, b. London, Kennington
    Wilkes, Gwendolen, daughter, 23, single, stenographer, b. London, Brixton
    Wilkes, Ethel, daughter, 19, single, stenographer, b. London, Brixton
    Wilkes, Reginald, son, 14, b. London, Brixton
    Wilkes, Thomas, son, 13, b. London, Brixton
    Quarde, Sylvester, son, 6, b. London, Streatham, African.
  5. "1939 Register", UK, digital image, Findmypast, Friern Hospital, New Southgate, N11, "Sylvester O Quards, b. 1905, inmate, single, occupation none."
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