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            GB-2014-WSA-01993 · Person · 1942-2011

            Aikman, Anthony Robert, son of William Robert Aikman, member of Lloyds, and Marjorie Roberta Amanda, d. of Hugh Fraser Macmillan, curator Roy. Botanical Gardens, Peradeniya, Sri Lanka; b. 3 Feb. 1942; adm. Sept. 1958 (L); left July 1959; Univ. Coll. of North Wales, Bangor, 1959-62, BA (forestry); career incl. working as a forestry officer, teaching and writing in Rome and Venice 1967-70, screenwriting in Hollywood 1970-2, running an Outward Bound Sch. in Italy, the Melanesian mission to the Solomon Is. 1975, exploring in S. America and the Far East; author of The Caves of Segada 1985, Eye of Itza 1986, Brokers of Doom 1987, Treehouses 1988, The Farang 1992, The Black Swan 1999, Boy, Doc, and the Green Man: also The Fire-Eater: a short story 2000; d. 8 July 2011.

            GB-2014-WSA-02773 · Person · 1945-2004

            Barrow, Robert Ruffin, brother of Christopher Thorp Barrow (qv); b. 31 July 1945; adm. Sept. 1963 (L); left July 1964; Grinnell Coll., IA, USA 1964-6; Univ. of Iowa 1967-9; Univ. of Wisconsin, USA 1970-4, BBA; Harvard Bus. Sch., USA, MBA 1976; Texas Internat. Life Insurance Corpn. 1974; chief exec. Internat. Gen. Ins. Co., Milwaukee, WI, USA, 1982-; m. 21 Dec. 1970 Barbara Mary Ann Carol, d. of Maj. Clifford E. M. King; d. 9 Dec. 2004.

            GB-2014-WSA-03401 · Person · 1940-1974

            Bland, James Edward, son of Edward Franklin Bland BS MD, of Chestnut Mill, MA, USA, and Frances, d. of Paul Davenport Poinier of Boston, MA; b. 31 May 1940; adm. from Milton Acad., MA, USA, May 1957 (L); left July 1957; Harvard Univ., grad. multa cum laude June 1962, PhD 1970; asst. Prof, of History, Bowdoin Coll., USA; m. 21 June 1962 Sherrell, d. of Jonathan Brewster Bingham of New York; d. 30 Aug. 1974.

            GB-2014-WSA-03913 · Person · 1946-2009

            Brown, David Felix Andrew, son of Felix Warden Brown, med. practitioner, of Highgate, and Eileen Mabel Elizabeth, d. of George Way; b. 19 Oct. 1946; adm. Sept. 1960 (L); left July 1964; Penguin Books 1975-; freelance writer and book editor; m. 3 Jan. 1973 Jacqueline, d. of John Hoare, writer; d. 1 Nov. 2009.

            GB-2014-WSA-04920 · Person · 1948-2009

            Clarke, Roger Noel, son of Albert Hingley Leach Clarke, marketing dir., of St Anne’s-on­Sea, Lancs, and Mary Mitcheson, d. of Roger Muir Oddie, solicitor, of Blackburn; b. 8 Dec. 1948; adm. Sept. 1962 (L); left July 1967; with Coutts & Co., bankers; Hornsey Coll. of Art; Roy. Coll. of Art; qualified as architect; partner, Chaloner & Clarke, architects; m. Sylvia Thorne; d. 1 Dec. 2009.

            GB-2014-WSA-05297 · Person · 1948-1984

            Corbin, John Charles Neal, son of Charles Frederick Hinds Corbin of Northwood, Middlesex, and Annette, d. of William Neal, merchant; b. 14 Sept. 1948; adm. May 1962 (L); left July 1967; d. 26 Feb. 1984.

            GB-2014-WSA-07028 · Person · 1941-1995

            Feild Jones, Robert Llewellyn, son of Rev. Nigel Eames Feild Jones, Vicar of Whyteleafe, Surrey, and Ethel Maud, d. of Robert George Batten of Lewisham; b. 23 Apr. 1941; adm. Sept. 1954 (B), Sept. 1956 (L); left Mar. 1959; Inter-Church Aid and Refugee Service, Brit. Council of Churches; d. Aug 1995.

            GB-2014-WSA-07664 · Person · 1945-1981

            Garmany, Christopher, son of Gerald Garmany MB ChB FRCP FRCPsych, consult. psychiatrist, of Hampstead, and Margaret Joyce Garmany MRCS LRCP, med. practitioner, d. of John Potts Stafford of Macclesfield, Cheshire; b. 19 June 1945; adm. Sept. 1958 (L); left July 1963; member of a religious order; d. in Thailand 15 Oct. 1981.

            GB-2014-WSA-09417 · Person · 1947-2016

            Holland, Charles Alan Simon, brother of Mark Victor Holland (qv); b. 15 Jan. 1947; adm. Sept. 1960 (L); left Dec. 1965; Trin. Coll. Dublin 1966-70, BA; a journalist 1972-80; garden designer 1982-2016; m. 5 Feb. 1977 Hon. Margaret Catharine Edmondson, social worker, sister of Hon. Frances Edmondson (qv); d. 5 Dec. 2016.

            GB-2014-WSA-09442 · Person · 1924-1995

            Holloway, David Richard, son of William Edwyn Holloway, actor man., of Adelaide, Australia, and Margaret Boyd, d. of George Schleselman, analytical chemist, of Dundee; b. 3 June 1924; adm. Sept. 1937 (L); left July 1939; Magdalen Coll. Oxf., matric. 1946, BA 1949; editorial staff, Daily Sketch 1941-2, RAF Coastal Command 1942-6, served Aden, Sri Lanka and India; leader writer, News Chronicle 1950-2, literary critic 1953-7, book page ed. 1958-60; dep. literary ed., The Daily Telegraph 1960-8, literary ed. 1968-88; author, John Galsworthy 1968, Lewis and Clark and the Crossing of America 1972, Derby Day 1975, Playing the Empire 1979; m. Mar. 1952 Sylvia Eileen, d. of Douglas Gray; d. 31 Aug. 1995.