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Bain, James Thompson (1860–1919), trade unionist in South Africa, was born at Dudhope Crescent, Dundee, on 6 March 1860, the third child of Andrew Bain and his wife, Eliza, née Thomson. His parents were both mill workers. At the age of seven he started work in a factory. At sixteen he joined the ...

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Reginald Birch (1914–1994) by Harrison © News International Newspapers Ltd

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Birch [formerly Catlin-Birch], Reginald (1914–1994), trade unionist and political activist, was born Reginald Catlin-Birch on 7 June 1914 at 4 Chichester Terrace, Kilburn, London, one of the five children of Charles Catlin-Birch (d. 1928), house painter and builder, and his wife, ...

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Dallas, George (1878–1961), trade unionist and politician, was born in Glasgow on 6 August 1878, the son of George Dallas, a shoemaker, and Mary Hay. He grew up in Kilmaurs, Ayrshire, and worked at a coalmine after leaving elementary school before resuming his formal education at the ...

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Etheridge, Richard Albert [Dick] (1909–1985), trade unionist, was born on 27 December 1909 in Halesowen, son of Alfred and Berthie, née Rudge. Shortly afterwards the family moved to Birmingham, where Alfred ran a café. Dick attended St Thomas's School and Handsworth Technical School...

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Morris, Max (1913–2008), headteacher and trade unionist, was born at 10 Overdale Gardens, Glasgow, on 15 August 1913, the second of three sons of Nathan Morris, Hebrew scholar, and his wife, Annie, née Moselowsky. His elder brother was Jerry Morris (1910–2009), epidemiologist. From a poor Russian Jewish family, he attended ...