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Court, Hannah Frances Mary [May] (1880–1945), accountant and parliamentary official, was born at Shanklin Lodge, Fernlea Road, Streatham, London, on 13 December 1880, the elder of twins and the second of four children of Thomas Ambrey Court (1850–1921) and his wife, ...

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Cubbon, Sir Brian Crossland (1928–2015), civil servant, was born on 9 April 1928 at 204 Stanhill Lane, Oswaldtwistle, near Blackburn, Lancashire, the only son of Edward Moore Cubbon (1893–1956), primary school teacher, and his wife, Anita Jane, née Crossland (1895–1986...

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Sibthorpe, Thomas (d. 1351), administrator and murder victim, took his name from Sibthorpe, Nottinghamshire, where he had a landed interest by 1325. Nothing is known of his parents except their names, William and Matilda. A cleric whose principal living was the rectory of ...

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Sykes [married name Browne], Mary Elaine (1896–1981), solicitor and socialist, was born at Fern Bank, Honley, Yorkshire, on 24 August 1896, the only daughter and middle child of James Sykes (1865/6–1921), a solicitor, and his wife, Emma Amelia, ...

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Williamson, David Francis, Baron Williamson of Horton (1934–2015), civil servant and European Union official, was born on 8 May 1934 at 37 Douglas Avenue, Whitstable, Kent, the younger son and second of three children of Samuel Charles Wathen Williamson (1900–1991), a schoolmaster teaching classics, and his wife, ...

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Winder [née Hayward, other married name Hawke], Florence May [Jean] (1909–2006), parliamentary reporter, was born at 72 Landor Road, Stockwell, London, on 23 April 1907, youngest of four daughters of Ernest Malcolm Hayward (1873–1915), a licenced victualler, and his wife, ...