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Pepper, John Henry (1821–1900), illusionist and educationist, was born at Great Queen Street, Westminster, on 17 June 1821, the son of Charles Bailey Pepper (d. 1854), a civil engineer. He was educated at Loughborough House, Brixton, and King's College School, in the ...

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Sargant, Naomi Ellen, Lady McIntosh of Haringey (1933–2006), broadcaster and educationist, was born on 10 December 1933 at 42 Talbot Road, Hornsey, London, the younger daughter of Thomas (Tom) Sargant, then a bank clerk, later a metal merchant and later still first secretary of ...

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Scupham, John (1904–1990), educationist and broadcaster, was born on 7 September 1904 in Market Rasen, Lincolnshire, the younger son and third of five children of Roger Scupham, master builder and monumental mason, and his wife, Kate, daughter of Thomas Hulme Whittingham, proprietor of the ...

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Somerville, Mary (1897–1963), educationist and broadcasting executive, was born in New Zealand on 1 November 1897, the eldest daughter of the Revd James Alexander Somerville, of Gullane, East Lothian, Scotland, who at one time had been chairman of a Scottish school board, and his wife, ...

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Mary Somerville (1897–1963) by unknown photographer BBC Picture Archives