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Crampsey, Robert Anthony [Bob] (1930–2008), head teacher, writer, and broadcaster, was born on 8 July 1930 at 75 Clincart Road, Mount Florida, Glasgow (appropriately in the shadow of Hampden Park, the home of Scottish football), the eldest of the five children of an Irishman, ...

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Dickinson, Thorold Barron (1903–1984), film director and teacher, was born on 16 November 1903 in Bristol, the son of the Ven. Charles Henry Dickinson (1871–1930), archdeacon of Bristol, and his wife, Beatrice Vindhya. He was educated at Clifton College, Bristol, and at Keble College, Oxford...

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Thorold Barron Dickinson (1903–1984) by Russell Westwood, 1930s © Estate of Russell Westwood / National Portrait Gallery, London

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Pearson, George William (1875–1973), schoolteacher and film director, was born at 1 Manor Street, Kennington, London, on 19 March 1875, the only child of George Pearson, a silk cutter, and his wife, Susannah, née Voysey. He was educated at Archbishop Sumner School in ...

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Priest, Josias (d. 1734/5), dancer and boarding-school proprietor, was almost certainly a performer on the London stage from at least 1667, when Mr Priest danced a ‘Tony’, or fool, in act v of Dryden's comedy Sir Martin Mar-All and the end of the play was 'Crown'd with an Excellent Entry … by ...

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Tomlinson, (Philip) Richard Henry (1943–2006), teacher and theatre director, was born on 10 August 1943 at 32 Mansion House Road, Glasgow, the only son (there were two daughters) of David Alan Tomlinson, chartered accountant and teacher, and his wife, Dorothy Maria, née Owston...

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