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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, 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, 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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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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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...

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Abraham, William, (1840–2 Aug. 1915), MP (N) Harbour Division, Dublin, from 1910  

Born 1840; died 2 Aug. 1915

MP (N) Harbour Division, Dublin, from 1910

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Abrahams, Allan Rose, (29 Nov. 1908–16 Nov. 1991)  

CMG 1962

Born 29 Nov. 1908; s of late Mr and Mrs Frank Abrahams; m 1948, Norma Adeline Neita; one s two d; died 16 Nov. 1991

Jamaica College, Jamaica...

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Abrahams, Harold Maurice, (15 Dec. 1899–14 Jan. 1978), Secretary of National Parks Commission, 1950–63  

CBE 1957; MA, LLB

Born 15 Dec. 1899; s of late Isaac Abrahams; m 1936, Sybil Marjorie (d 1963), er d of late C. P. Evers; one adopted ...

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Abrahams, Sir Lionel, (9 Dec. 1869–30 Nov. 1919)  

KCB 1915 (CB 1908)

Born London, 9 Dec. 1869; o s of M. Abrahams; m 1896, Lucy, d of N. S. Joseph; one s...

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Abrams, Dr Michael Ellis, (17 Sept. 1932–31 July 2019), public health consultant, since 1992; Chairman, Whittington Hospital NHS Trust, 1998–2003; Deputy Chief Medical Officer, Department of Health (formerly of Health and Social Security), 1985–92  

CB 1992; FRCP, FFPH

public health consultant, since 1992; Chairman, Whittington Hospital NHS Trust, 1998–2003; Deputy Chief Medical Officer, Department of Health (formerly of Health and Social Security), 1985–92

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Abramson, Sidney, (14 Sept. 1921–16 July 1994), retired from Department of Trade (Under Secretary, 1972–81)  

CMG 1979

Born 14 Sept. 1921; s of Jacob and Rebecca Abramson; m 1st, 1946, Lerine Freedman (marr. diss. 1958); two s; 2nd, 1960, Violet Ellen Eatly; died 16 July 1994...

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Abse, Leo, (22 April 1917–19 Aug. 2008)  

Born 22 April 1917; s of Rudolph and Kate Abse; m 1st, 1955, Marjorie Davies (d 1996); one s one d; 2nd, 2000, Ania Czepulkowska; died 19 Aug. 2008...

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Abu Bakar, Datuk Jamaluddin, (19 May 1929–12 Feb. 1992), High Commissioner for Malaysia in United Kingdom and Ambassador to Ireland, 1986–88  

PNBS 1977; JMN 1967 (AMN 1965)

Born Seremban, 19 May 1929; m Datin Rahmah Jamaluddin; one s two d; died 12 Feb. 1992

High Commissioner for Malaysia in United Kingdom and Ambassador to Ireland, ...

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Acheson, Sir (Ernest) Donald, (17 Sept. 1926–10 Jan. 2010), Chief Medical Officer, Departments of Health and of Social Security (formerly Department of Health and Social Security), Department of Education and Science and Home Office, 1983–91  

KBE 1986

Born 17 Sept. 1926; s of Malcolm King Acheson, MC, MD, and Dorothy Josephine Rennoldson; m 1st, Barbara Mary Castle (marr. diss. 2002); one s four d...