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Abrahams, Anthony Claud Walterlocked

Born 16 June 1923; s of late Rt Hon. Sir Sidney Abrahams, QC, and of Ruth Bowman; m 1st, 1950, Laila Myking (marr. diss.); two s one d; 2nd, 1982, Elizabeth, d of late Comdr A. E. Bryant, RN; died 22 April 2011

advocate and solicitor, Brunei Darussalam, 1987–2000


Bedford Sch.; Emmanuel Coll., Cambridge (MA)


Barrister-at-law. Served War: Wavell Cadet, Bangalore, 1942–43; commnd 3/12 Royal Bn, Frontier Force Regt, 1943–45; India, N Africa, Italy, Greece (despatches). Called to the Bar, Middle Temple, 1951; practised Midland Circuit, 1951–64. Gov., 1966–88, Chm., 1978–88, Harpur Trust (the Bedford Charity). Centre for British Teachers: Founder, 1964; Dir, 1973–82; Life Pres., 1982. Mem., Educn Cttee, British-Malaysian Soc., 1986–96. Liveryman, Glaziers’ Co., 1976. Kt, Order of Uggla (Norway), 1962


Golf, watching cricket and Rugby, wine, travel




Berry Cottage, Southey Green, Sible Hedingham, Halstead, Essex, CO9 3RN