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Sanday, W. J. W. "Jim"
'Sanday, W. J. W.
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Rose breeder   Listing last updated on 05 Dec 2022.
United Kingdom
William James Ward ("Jim") Sanday (ca. 1897 - August 3, 1980 Almondsbury)
Succeeded by his son, John Ward Sanday (ca. 1924 - October 4, 2008 Almondsbury)

[From The Rose Annual, 1973, p. 91:] Nigel Raban. The Men Behind the New Roses. W. J. W. Sanday, D.H.M.

[From "The Garden Book of Europe", by D. G. Hessayon, 1973, p. 86:] Many breeders began their work as children in families already famous in the rose industry . Jim Sanday did not begin until his retirement at 64 from the Caledonian Insurance Company ! His first success was Gavotte ( 1962 ) .

[From The Rose Annual, 1981, p. 179:] William James Ward Sanday , DHM. Jim Sanday died at his home in Almondsbury on the 3rd August 1980 , at the age of 83 . He served in France and India in the war of 1914 . We first met many years ago at a meeting of National Rose Society ...

[From Playing at Creation, American Rose Annual 1977, by Sean McCann, p. 97:] To my knowledge there is only one professional rose grower who has set out to breed roses for the show bench. This is Jim Sandy of Bristol, England. And the reason for his interest is simple enough: before he became a professional nurseryman Jim Sandy was one of Britain's top exhibitors, and he still loves the big 'uns.

[From Modern Roses 10, 1993, p. 731:] Sanday, John (Roses) Ltd., Bristol, England.
 
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