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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


Chern, Dr Cyril, (born 17 June 1946), barrister, architect, adjudicator, mediator and arbitrator  


barrister, architect, adjudicator, mediator and arbitrator


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...