"I seem to have had time for an active social life with many clever and agreeable friends, time to help historians and geographers of the world of aviation, and time to develop and enjoy my aeronautical collection".
From A Wrack Behind by Lord Kings Norton
Roxbee married his first wife, Marjorie Withers, on 12th July 1927. Their first son, Christopher, was born in October 1928 and their second, Jeremy, followed in May 1932. He affectionately referred to Christopher as "Posh" and Jeremy as "Jem". Marjorie died in 1980, and he married his second wife, Joan Pack, in 1982. His devotion to his family was unfailing despite his professional pressures and achievements, and this is reflected in his commitment to writing regularly to his mother, until her death in 1948.
The following materials from the Archive are intended to provide an insight into his family life, although naturally many of the other letters listed within other sections on this site invariably contain personal information as well.