Poyser - Ann & Anita (Lt Stuart Vernon Poyser)

The name Poyser is synonymous with Ann Poyser whose life story has been very eloquently penned in the book titled TEA LOVE AND WAR written by David Mitchell

-A true life story about Ann a small Anglo Indian girl who had to fight her way through poverty and discrimination seeking identity of her father and family to further become the 1st lady Tea planter in Assam with over 26 years experience in the Tea Industry.

A homestay near Digboi, Assam – Ann’s Homestay to name a few of her achievements. Click here for details.

Ann's father was Lieutenant Stuart Vernon Poyser - No 145287, Royal Engineers seconded to Field Company No 3, King George V's Own Bengal Sappers and Miners, died 12 February 1942 aged 30. Son of Arthur Vernon and Millicent Mary Poyser of Leicester. Stuary Poyser worked on various tea estates in Assam.

Our garden PoyserBari Tea Estate was single handedly started by Ann Poyser 27 years ago. The garden is situated in Pengaree near Dibru river one of the tributaries of the Mighty Brahmaputra river. Across the garden is a beautiful reserved forest home of several wild animals. PoyserBari is a garden that is trustee certified.

The Poyser family takes a step forward with Poyser Exim under the capable leadership of Ann’s Daughter Anita Poyser and her grandson Shayan Poyser. Poyser Exim has its head office in Kolkata West Bengal India. Anita’s Experience in the marketing field working in multinational companies like Gulf Air and Thomas Cook to name a few and interacting with customers from world wide with knowledge of their taste and requirements, makes her adept in handling all queries and demands of the buyers.

The book - Tea, Love & War is available on Amazon - click here

Poyser Export Import - click here

From Epsom College website - 

Poyser, Stuart Vernon T/2ndLt King Georges Sappers 12/02/19 30   Singapore Memorial Column 38

Mrs Anita Poyser Sadique

Lieutenant Stuart Vernon Poyser