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date: 22 September 2019

Christie, Johnlocked

(1882–1962)

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Christie, John (1882–1962), founder of Glyndebourne Opera, was born on 14 December 1882, at Eggesford, Devon, the only child of Augustus Langham Christie (1857–1930), a country squire, and his wife, Lady Rosamond Alicia Wallop (d. 1935), third daughter of the fifth earl of Portsmouth...

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