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Cunningham, Andrew Willshire [Andy] (1910–2010), trade unionist, local government politician, and criminal, was born on 8 June 1910 at Summerside Place, Felling Shore, Heworth, co. Durham, the eldest of nine children of Albert Cunningham, foreman coal trimmer, and his wife, Margaret Jane, née...

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Edwards, (Allen) Clement (1869–1938), trade unionist, barrister, and journalist, was born on 7 June 1869 in Knighton, Radnorshire, the third of seven children born to George Benjamin Edwards, auctioneer, master tailor, and draper, and Sarah Ellen (née Tudge). Both parents came from farming, nonconformist, and radical families in the border areas. ...

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Hart, Sir David Michael (1940–2013), solicitor and trade union leader, was born on 27 August 1940 at Southsea nursing home in Dorking, Surrey, the only child of Edwin Henry Hart, clothing salesman and company director, and his wife, Freda Muriel, née Brandon. At the time of his birth registration his parents lived at ...

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Hayes, John Henry [Jack] (1887–1941), police officer, trade unionist, and politician, was born on 14 October 1887 at 11 Mitre Fold, Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, one of seven children of John William Hayes, policeman, and his wife, Sarah (née Inchley). His father rose to the rank of chief inspector, and ...

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Jones, Thomas [Tom] (1908–1990), trade unionist and Spanish republican volunteer, was born on 13 October 1908 in Ashton in Makerfield, Lancashire, the second of three children of William Jones, coalminer, and his wife, Mary Jones, a kitchen maid. His father had earlier left ...

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Mackenzie, William Warrender, first Baron Amulree (1860–1942), lawyer and industrial arbitrator, was born at Pickston Hill, Scone, Perthshire, on 19 August 1860, the fourth son of Robert Mackenzie (1816–1898), farmer, and his wife, Jean Campbell (d. 1892), daughter of Basil Menzies, who was also a farmer. ...

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Morris, Sir Harold Spencer (1876–1967), barrister and industrial arbitrator, was born at 21 Compton Terrace, Highbury, London, on 21 December 1876, the second son of Sir Malcolm Alexander Morris FRCS (Edinburgh) (1849–1924) and his wife, Fanny Cox of Dorchester-on-Thames. Malcolm Morris had a distinguished career as a consulting surgeon and as a specialist in skin diseases, practising from ...

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Savidge, (Marjorie) Irene (1905–1985), factory worker and subject of police interrogation, was born at 53 Roseberry Gardens, Tottenham, Middlesex, on 9 June 1905, the daughter (she had a younger brother) of John Savidge (b. 1880), a clerk to a firm of chartered accountants, and his wife, ...