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Cannon, Richard (1779–1865), civil servant and military historian, was educated at Christ's Hospital, London. On 1 January 1802 he was appointed to a clerkship at the Horse Guards, one of fifteen clerks administering the adjutant-general's department. In 1805 he was made principal clerk of the adjutant-general's office, which appointment he held for nearly fifty years. Reputedly, ...

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Hooper, Sir Leonard James [Joe] (1914–1994), intelligence officer and civil servant, was born on 23 July 1914 at 67 East Dulwich Road, Camberwell, London, the only child of James Edmund Hooper, copywriter for a pharmaceutical firm, and his wife, Grace Lena, née Pitts...

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Sir Leonard James Hooper (1914–1994) by unknown photographer ? reserved; News International Syndication; photograph National Portrait Gallery, London

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Humphreys, Leslie Alexander Francis Longmore (1904–1976), organizer of resistance and Foreign Office official, was born in Budapest on 4 July 1904, the younger child and only son of Richard John Edward Humphreys and his wife, Elizabeth Agnes Lyons. His father, a musician who went first to ...

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Jackson, Margaret Wallace (1917–2013), Special Operations Executive secretary and civil servant, was born on 15 January 1917 at 18 Marlborough Place, St John's Wood, London, the second of the four daughters of Thomas Frame (Tom) Jackson (1886–1934), manager of the Atlas Light and Power Company...

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Jones, Sir (Edward) Martin Furnival (1912–1997), intelligence officer and civil servant, was born on 7 May 1912 at 26 Bedford Avenue, Barnet, Hertfordshire, the third and youngest son of Edward Furnival Jones, chartered accountant, later to be president of the Association of Chartered Accountants...

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Loehnis, Sir Clive (1902–1992), naval officer and civil servant, was born on 24 August 1902 at 21 Cadogan Gardens, London, the son of Herman William Loehnis, barrister, and his wife, Vera Geraldine, née Wood. He grew up as an only child, an elder brother having died as a baby. His father was brought up in ...

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Maberly, William Leader (1798–1885), army officer and civil servant, was born on 7 May 1798, probably at Shirley House, Surrey, the son of John Maberly (d. c.1832) and Mary Rose, daughter of William Leader, coachmaker to the prince of Wales. His father was a manufacturer and ...

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Sir Wilfrid Bliss Spender (1876–1960) by Lafayette, 1929 ? National Portrait Gallery, London

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Spender, Sir Wilfrid Bliss (1876–1960), army officer and civil servant, was born in London on 6 October 1876, the last of the five children of Edward Spender (1834–1878) and his wife, Ellen Rendle. His father was co-founder of the Western Morning News in ...