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Wright, Sir Denis Arthur Hepworthlocked

(1911–2005)
  • John Graham

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Wright, Sir Denis Arthur Hepworth (1911–2005), diplomatist, was born in his paternal grandparents' house, 80 Durlston Road, Kingston upon Thames, Surrey, on 23 March 1911, the elder son and eldest of four children of Arthur Edgar Wright (1880–1949), assistant director of public works, ...

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