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Beckett, Sir (William) Eric (1896–1966), lawyer and Foreign Office official, was born on 20 October 1896 at Warren Bank, Broughton, Hawarden, Chester, the son of Thomas Abel Beckett, land agent, and his wife, Jessie Smith. He was educated at Sherborne School and Wadham College, Oxford...

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Bourne, Sir (John) Wilfrid (1922–1999), barrister and civil servant, was born on 27 January 1922 at Farleigh House, Farleigh Hungerford, Somerset, the second son and youngest child of Robert Croft Bourne (1888–1938), Conservative MP for Oxford City from 1924 to 1938, and his wife, ...

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Chalmers, Sir Mackenzie Dalzell (1847–1927), judge and civil servant, was born on 7 February 1847 at Nonington, near Barham, Kent, the second son of the Revd Frederick Skene Courtenay Chalmers, rector of Nonington and his wife, Matilda, daughter of the Revd William Marsh...

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Coldstream, Sir George Phillips (1907–2004), lawyer and civil servant, was born on 20 December 1907 at 37 Royal Crescent, North Kensington, the second son of Francis Menzies Coldstream (1876–1958), stockbroker, and his wife, Carlotta Mary, née Young (d. 1940). His family included soldiers and public servants, as well as the painter ...

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Crawford, William (1788–1847), prison inspector, the youngest son of Captain Robert Crawford and his wife, Mary Haw of Great Yarmouth, was born on 30 May 1788 in London, where his father ran a wine retail business. He was educated for a business career, but from 1805 to 1815 he worked at the ...

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Dale, Sir William Leonard (1906–2000), lawyer and civil servant, was born on 17 June 1906 at The Rectory, Preston in Holderness, in the East Riding of Yorkshire, the elder son and eldest of the three children of the Revd William Dale (1852–1934), Church of England...

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Davies, Sir Alfred Thomas (1861–1949), solicitor and civil servant, was born on 11 March 1861 at Oak Lane, West Derby, Lancashire, the son of William Davies, a master linen draper, and his wife, Ann Thomas. He was educated at Waterloo high school, Liverpool...

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Dawtry, Frank Dalmeny (1902–1968), probation service organizer, was born on 17 January 1902 at 54 Cromwell Street, Walkley, Sheffield, the son of Wycliffe Bright Dawtry, cabinet-maker, and his wife, Alice Jackson Ross. His father was a Unitarian and keen Liberal, who had been apprenticed as a pattern maker by his father, a renowned foundry foreman, when the use of cast iron was at its height. The youngest and most delicate of four brothers, ...

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Digby, Sir Kenelm Edward (1836–1916), lawyer and civil servant, was born on 9 September 1836 at The Ridge, Wotton under Edge, Gloucestershire, the eldest of six sons of the Hon. and Revd Kenelm Henry Digby (1811–1891), honorary canon of Norwich and rector of ...

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Dobson, Sir Denis William (1908–1995), lawyer and civil servant, was born at Shortlands, Graham Park Road, Gosforth, Northumberland, on 17 October 1908, the son of William Gordon Dobson, shipbuilder, and his wife, Laura Janet, née Muskett. He was educated at Charterhouse School (1922–6) and at ...

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Eadie [née Hearn], Ellice Aylmer (1912–2001), barrister and civil servant, was born on 30 June 1912 at Edmonton, St Patrick's Hill, Cork, the daughter of Robert Thomas Hearn (d. 1952), Church of Ireland clergyman, later bishop of Cork, and his wife, ...

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Fox, Sir Lionel Wray (1895–1961), civil servant and penologist, was born on 21 February 1895 in Halifax, the son of Samuel Fox, boilermakers' draughtsman, and his wife, Minnie Wray. He was educated at Heath grammar school, Halifax, and Hertford College, Oxford, but joined the army on the outbreak of war in 1914. He served with the ...

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Gray, John (1807–1875), legal writer and lawyer and public official, was born in Aberdeen, the seventh son of George Gray. He was educated at Gordon's Hospital in Aberdeen, before entering the office of Messrs White and Whitmore, solicitors, in London. He was admitted to the ...

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Gwyer, Sir Maurice Linford (1878–1952), lawyer and civil servant, was born in London on 25 April 1878, the eldest son of John Edward Gwyer, public auditor and secretary of the Provident Clerks' Life Assurance Association, and his wife, Edith Linford. His sister, Barbara Elizabeth Gwyer...

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Harrel, Sir David (1841–1939), police officer and civil servant, was born at Downpatrick, co. Down, Ireland, on 25 March 1841, the youngest son of David Harrel of Mount Pleasant, co. Down, who was agent for the Ker estate in that county, and his wife, ...

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Hetherington, Sir Thomas Chalmers [Tony] (1926–2007), lawyer and civil servant, was born on 18 September 1926 at 4 Francis Street, Langholm, Dumfriesshire, the elder son and eldest of three children of William Maxwell Hetherington, medical practitioner, and his wife, Alice Mary Cooper, née...

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Kent, Sir Harold Simcox (1903–1998), lawyer and civil servant, was born on 11 November 1903 at Tientsin (Tianjin), China, the younger son in the family of two sons and one daughter of Percy Horace Braund Kent (1876–1963), a barrister practising in the consular courts at ...