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Aaronson, Graham Raphael, (born 31 Dec. 1944), KC  

KC

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Aaronson, Sir Michael (John), (born 8 Sept. 1947), independent management consultant and leadership coach, since 2007  

Kt 2006; CBE 2000

independent management consultant and leadership coach, since 2007

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Ab Owen Thomas, Rhys, (born 12 Jan. 1987), Member (Plaid Cymru) South Wales Central, Welsh Parliament, since 2021  

Member (Plaid Cymru) South Wales Central, Welsh Parliament, since 2021

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Abberley, Robert, (born 29 Oct. 1952), self-employed consultant, since 2013; Assistant General Secretary, UNISON, 2002–13  

self-employed consultant, since 2013; Assistant General Secretary, UNISON, 2002–13

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Abbott, Sir Albert (Francis), (10 Dec. 1913–10 Feb. 2006), Mayor, City of Mackay, Queensland, 1970–88  

Kt 1981; CBE 1974

Born Marvel Loch, WA, 10 Dec. 1913; s of late Albert Victor and Diana Abbott; m 1941, Gwendoline Joyce Maclean; two ...

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Abbott, Hon. Anthony John, (born 4 Nov. 1957), MP (L) Warringah, New South Wales, 1994–2019; Prime Minister of Australia, 2013–15; Leader of the Liberal Party, Australia, 2009–15  

AC 2020

MP (L) Warringah, New South Wales, 1994–2019; Prime Minister of Australia, 2013–15; Leader of the Liberal Party, Australia, 2009–15

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Abbott, Anthony John, (born 9 Sept. 1941), HM Diplomatic Service, retired; Head, Pitcairn Logistics Team, New Zealand, 2001–04  

CMG 2001; OBE 1997 (MBE 1986)

HM Diplomatic Service, retired; Head, Pitcairn Logistics Team, New Zealand, 2001–04

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Abbott, Adm. Sir Peter (Charles), (12 Feb. 1942–28 Sept. 2015), Vice Chief of the Defence Staff, 1997–2001; Commissioner, Commonwealth War Graves Commission, 2001–06  

GBE 1999; KCB 1994

Born 12 Feb. 1942; s of late Lieut-Col Dennis Abbott, Royal Garwhal Rifles and Delphine McConaghey; m 1965, Susan Phillippa Grey; three d; died 28 Sept. 2015...

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Abbott, Roderick Evelyn, (born 16 April 1938), senior adviser, international trade  

senior adviser, international trade

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Abbott, Thomas Charles, (died 26 Jan. 1927), JP for the City of Manchester, and Alderman  

Born Blackburn; m Anna Pye of Fulwood, Preston; one s one d; died 26 Jan. 1927

JP for the City of Manchester, and Alderman

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Abdul Maliki, Alhaji, (1914–28 Aug. 1969), Ambassador for Nigeria in Paris since 1966  

CBE 1960

Born Okene, Nigeria, 1914; m; c; died 28 Aug. 1969

Ambassador for Nigeria in Paris since 1966

Okene Elementary School; Katsina Training College

Local Government Course, UK, ...

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Abdulah, Frank Owen, (born 8 Nov. 1928), Deputy Secretary-General, Caribbean Community Secretariat, Guyana, 1989–93  

Deputy Secretary-General, Caribbean Community Secretariat, Guyana, 1989–93

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Abdy, Sir Valentine (Robert Duff), (11 Sept. 1937–27 June 2012), European Representative, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, 1983–95 and 1998 (Member, National Board, 1995–98)  

6th Bt cr 1850

Born 11 Sept. 1937; s of Sir Robert Henry Edward Abdy, 5th Bt, and Lady Diana Bridgeman (d 1967), ...

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Abel, Kenneth Arthur, (4 April 1926–13 Dec. 2010), Clerk and Chief Executive, Dorset County Council, 1967–91 (Clerk of the Peace, 1967–73)  

CBE 1984

Born 4 April 1926; s of late Arthur Abel, CBE and Frances Ethel Abel; m 1955, Sarah Matilda, d of late Capt. M. P. Poynor, TD and Norah Elizabeth Poynor; three ...

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Abercorn, 5th Duke of, (James Hamilton) (born 4 July 1934)  

KG 1999

Chancellor, Order of the Garter, since 2012; Lord Lieutenant of Co. Tyrone, 1987–2009; Lord Steward of HM Household, 2001–09; company director

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Aberdare, 4th Baron, (Morys George Lyndhurst Bruce) (16 June 1919–23 Jan. 2005)  

KBE 1984; PC 1974; DL

Born 16 June 1919; s of 3rd Baron Aberdare, GBE, and Margaret Bethune (née Black); m 1946, Maud Helen Sarah, ...

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Aberhart, Hon. William, (30 Dec. 1878–22 May 1943), Premier of Alberta since 1935; Minister of Education and Attorney General for the Province  

BA

Born 30 Dec. 1878; s of William Aberhart and Louise Pepper; m 1902, Jessie M. Flatt; two d; died 22 May 1943

Premier of Alberta since 1935; Minister of Education and Attorney General for the Province...

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Abernethy, William Leslie, (10 June 1910–22 Sept. 2003), Managing Trustee, Municipal Mutual Insurance Ltd, and Director of associated companies, 1973–87; Comptroller of Financial Services, Greater London Council, 1972–73 (Treasurer, 1964–72) and Chief Financial Officer, Inner London Education Authority, 1967–73  

CBE 1972; FCA, CPFA

Born 10 June 1910; s of Robert and Margaret Abernethy; m 1937, Irene Holden (d 1998); one s.; died...

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Abinger, 8th Baron, (James Richard Scarlett) (28 Sept. 1914–23 Sept. 2002)  

Born 28 Sept. 1914; e s of 7th Baron and Marjorie (d 1965), 2nd d of John McPhillamy, Blair Athol, Bathurst, NSW; m...

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Abney, Sir William de Wiveleslie, (24 July 1843–2 Dec. 1921), Adviser to the Board of Education (Science Department) since 1903; Member of the Advisory Council for Education to the War Office, 1903  

KCB 1900 (CB 1888); DSc, DCL; FRS 1876

Born Derby, 24 July 1843; e s of Rev. Canon Edward Henry Abney; m 1st, 1864...