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Simpson, George Walter Gillowlocked

(1901–1972)
  • Richard Compton-Hall

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Simpson, George Walter Gillow (1901–1972), naval officer and sheep farmer, was born on 6 June 1901, the second son of the Revd Robert Henry Bridges Simpson (1862–1935), vicar of Oakwood, Surrey, and his wife, Sophie, née Thomson. He became widely known by his sobriquet, ...

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J. Venn & J. A. Venn, , 2 pts in 10 vols. (1922–54); repr. in 2 vols. (1974–8)
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