Stone, John Richard Nicholas, 1913-1991

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Stone, John Richard Nicholas, 1913-1991

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Stone, Sir John Richard Nicholas, son of Sir Gilbert Stone, Chief Justice of Nagpur, and Elsie Lawton, d. of Walter Scott of Hull; b. 30 Aug. 1913; adm. Sept. 1926 (A); left Dec. 1930; Caius Coll. Camb., matric. 1931, BA 1935 (1st class hons Law Trip. Pt 1 1933, Economics Trip. Pt 2 1935); C. E. Heath & Co., Lloyd's brokers, 1936-9; Min. of Economic Warfare 1939-40, Cen­tral Statistical Office of War Cabinet 1940-5, personal assistant to Lord Keynes; Fellow of King's 1945-; CBE 1946; Dir. Dept of Applied Economics Univ. of Cambridge 1945-55, P. D. Leake Prof. of Finance and Accounting 1955-80; FBA 1956; ScD (Cantab.) 1957; hon. doctor­ates at many European Univs; Kt 1978; Nobel Prize for Economics 1984; author of a large number of works on Economics and allied subjects; m. 1st 1936 Winifred Mary, d. of Hammond Jenkins; 2nd 1941 Feodora Leontinoff; 3rd 1960 Mrs Giovanna Croft-Murray, d. of Count Aurelio Saffi; d. 12 Dec. 1991.


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The Record of Old Westminsters: A biographical list of all those who are known to have been educated at Westminster School from Play 1919 to Election 1989, Volume 4, compiled by F.E. Pagan and H.E. Pagan, Padstow, 1992

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