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

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

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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...

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Fagan, Maj.-Gen. Patrick Feltrim, (born 8 Dec. 1935)  

CB 1990; MBE (mil.) 1966; FRICS 1971; FRGS 1966

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Faucit, Helen, (Lady Martin), (1820–31 Oct. 1898), celebrated actress (retired in 1865, but reappeared on the stage from time to time chiefly in the cause of charity)  

Born 1820; d of John Savile Faucit and Mrs Faucit, a contemporary (actress) of the Kembles; m 1851, Sir Theodore Martin, KCB, KCVO; died 31 Oct. 1898

celebrated actress (retired in ...

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Ffrangcon-Davies, Dame Gwen, (25 Jan. 1891–27 Jan. 1992), actress  

DBE 1991

Born 25 Jan. 1891; d of David Ffrangcon-Davies, the famous singer, and Annie Frances Rayner; died 27 Jan. 1992

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South Hampstead High Sch.; abroad

First London success The Immortal Hour, ...

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Grosvenor, Countess, (Sibell Mary) (24 March 1855–4 Feb. 1929)  

Born 24 March 1855; 4th d of 9th Earl of Scarborough; m 1st, 1874, Earl Grosvenor (d 1884), e s of 1st Duke of Westminster; one s two ...