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Aberdeen and Temair, 6th Marquess of, (Alastair Ninian John Gordon) (20 July 1920–19 Aug. 2002)  

Born 20 July 1920; s of 3rd Marquess of Aberdeen and Temair, DSO, and Cécile Elizabeth (d 1948), d of George Drummond, Swaylands, Penshurst, Kent; ...


Allom, Sir Charles Carrick, (16 June 1865–1 June 1947), Founder of White, Allom & Co., London, Montreal, New York, decorative artists and contractors, Contractors to Admiralty and War Office for High Explosive Shells, architectural contractors, London and New York; Past President Faculty Architects and Surveyors; Registered Architect; Vice-President Incorporated Association Architects; Architects Registration Council; Founder of Gosport Aircraft Company; Member of Board of Education’s Advisory Committee on Art Education; Local Government Board Buildings Committee and Reconstruction Council; Royal Commissioner, Brussels, Turin and Rome International Exhibitions 1911 and 1912; Council Empire Exhibition, 1923; Council Yacht Racing Association; Ex-Commodore Royal London Yacht Club  

Kt 1913

Born 16 June 1865; s of Arthur Allom, architect; g s of two painters, Thomas Allom and Thomas Carrick; m Laura, d of Albert Tatham, Warwick; two ...


Anstey, Vera, (1889–26 Nov. 1976)  

DSc (Econ.)

Born 1889; 2nd d of James and Mary Powell; m 1913, Percy L. Anstey (d 1920); one s one d; died...


Bath, 7th Marquess of, (Alexander George Thynn) (6 May 1932–4 April 2020)  

Director: Cheddar Caves, 1956–2010; Longleat Enterprises, 1964–2010


Beckett, Maj.-Gen. Denis Arthur, (19 May 1917–6 Aug. 2016)  

CB 1971; DSO 1944; OBE 1960

Born 19 May 1917; o s of late Archibald Beckett, Woodford Green, Essex; m 1946, Elizabeth (marr. diss. 1974; she d 2003), er d...


Braithwaite, Charles, (died 25 Feb. 1941), ARHA 1913; landscape painter and craftsman  

m 1916; died 25 Feb. 1941

ARHA 1913; landscape painter and craftsman


Buckman, Edwin, (25 Jan. 1841–15 Oct. 1930)  

Born 25 Jan. 1841; m Annie Macdonald, 3rd d of Michael Shaw, County Cork; died 15 Oct. 1930


Burt, Brig.-Gen. Alfred, (18 April 1875–26 Feb. 1949)  

CB 1920; CMG 1919; DSO 1917; AM 1918

Born London, 18 April 1875; s of late F. J. Burt, Stoke Poges, Bucks; died 26 Feb. 1949

Oundle; Heidelberg

Artist Volunteers, ...


Butler, Elizabeth, (Lady Butler), (1846–2 Oct. 1933), painter  

Born Lausanne, 1846; d of late T. J. Thompson and sister of late Mrs Meynell; m 1877, Lt-Gen. Rt Hon. Sir William Francis Butler, GCB (...


Carmichael, Mary, (1850–17 March 1935), composer and accompanist  

Born Birkenhead, Cheshire, 1850; died 17 March 1935

composer and accompanist

Aix-la-Chapelle, Bonn, Lausanne

Musical studies, London (Ebenezer Prout), Munich (Heinrich Porges); has accompanied most of the principal singers and violinists...


Carr, Sir (Frederick) Bernard, (5 April 1893–3 May 1981)  

Kt 1946; CMG 1944

Born 5 April 1893; s of F. W. Carr; m 1933, Doreen Dadds; two d; died 3 May 1981


Churchill, Lady Randolph Spencer, (Jennie Spencer), (1854–29 June 1921), Lady of Grace of St John of Jerusalem, 1901; was proprietor and Editor of the Anglo-Saxon Review  

CI 1885; RRC 1902

Born 1854; d of late Leonard Jerome, New York; m 1st, 1874, Rt. Hon. Lord Randolph Henry Spencer Churchill, 3rd s...


Corney, Leonard George, (27 March 1886–13 Aug. 1955)  

CMG 1946; BA (Cantab.)

Born 27 March 1886; y s of Alfred and Elizabeth Steele Corney; m 1921, Hilda Fletcher; one s one d; died 13 Aug. 1955

St John’s Coll., Cambridge (Open Exhibitioner). Classical Tripos, ...


Cotes, Sara Jeannette, (Mrs Everard Cotes), (22 Dec. 1861–22 July 1922)  

Born Brantford, Canada, 22 Dec. 1861; d of Charles Duncan, merchant; m 1890, Everard Cotes; died 22 July 1922


Courtauld, Sir Stephen (Lewis), (27 Feb. 1883–9 Oct. 1967)  

Kt 1958; MC 1918

Born 27 Feb. 1883; s of Sydney Courtauld, Bocking Pl., nr Braintree, Essex; m 1923, Virginia, d of Richard Peirano, Santa Margherita Ligure, Italy; ...


Craufurd, Mrs Eleanor Louisa Houison, (died 15 Dec. 1950), Principal, Downham School, Hatfield Heath, Bishop’s Stortford  

Born d of J. F. Dalrymple Hay and Ellen Douglas (d of R. H. Johnston Stewart of Physgill), of Dunlop House, Dunlop; m 1903...


Cuckney, Air Vice-Marshal Ernest John, (1 Nov. 1896–8 Nov. 1965)  

CB 1946; CBE 1943; DSC and Bar, 1917

Born 1 Nov. 1896; s of Capt. E. W. Cuckney; m 1920, Lilian, d of J. Williams Wimbledon; one surviving ...


de Ros, 25th Baroness, (Mary Frances Dawson) (31 July 1854–4 May 1939)  

Born 31 July 1854; d of 24th Baron de Ros and Elizabeth, d of 2nd Earl of Wilton; m 1878, Hon. Anthony Lucius Dawson, afterwards 3rd Earl of Dartrey (...


Dearmer, Mabel, (22 March 1872–10 July 1915), artist, writer, dramatist; Director of Plays for the Morality Play Society  

Born 22 March 1872; m 1892, Rev. Percy Dearmer; two s; died 10 July 1915

artist, writer, dramatist; Director of Plays for the Morality Play Society...


Edwards, Joshua Price, (10 May 1898–21 Feb. 1966)  

CBE 1952

Born 10 May 1898; o s of J. Price Edwards, Tunstall, Staffs; m 1923, Nancy, d of Dr B. Wiseman Conway, Manchester; two ...