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Churchill, Arabella Spencer [Bella] (1949–2007), festival and charity founder, was born on 30 October 1949 at 12 Catherine Place, Westminster, London, the only daughter of Randolph Frederick Edward Spencer Churchill (1911–1968), journalist and politician, and his second wife, June Hermione, née Osborne (1922–1980)...

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Morley, Angela [formerly Walter Morley Stott or Wally Stott] (1924–2009), composer and musical arranger, was born at 331 Kirkstall Road, Leeds, on 10 March 1924, the elder son of Albert Stott (1894–1933), a watchmaker and jeweller, and his wife, Ethel, née Chappell...

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Railton [married name King], Dame Ruth (1915–2001), founder of the National Youth Orchestra, was born on 14 December 1915 at 16 Millfield, Folkestone, the daughter of David Railton (1884–1955), Church of England clergyman, and his wife, Ruby Marion, née Willson. Her family background had a strong tradition of Christian service. Her grandfather, ...