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Thomas Brocus Harwood: missing since the 1970s

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Thomas Harwood

Thomas Brocus Harwood

lived near King’s Lynn in Norfolk, where his father was a Church of England vicar. Thomas read Maths and Architecture at Cambridge University, but his  family have not seen him since he left home in 1971. 

He was intensely interested in Gurdjieff and so may have gone to live at J. G. Bennett’s residential school at Sherborne House in England in the 1970s.

Not everyone who goes missing wishes to be found, but if you do have any news of  Thomas since the 1970s  his family will be most grateful, or if you know how to contact him please do get in touch with him to let him know how much they miss him. Please send any news of him via my email address and I will send it on.

*15 April, 2012

This post has been viewed by a number of people, but so far no information has been forthcoming, even if you have only some memory of him from way back, I encourage you to send it as I am sure his family would like to hear about him. 


March 12, 2012 at 9:05 am

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