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Date Sujet  Auteur
06.03.
o Jane Priestman, OBE, design manager of the British A irports Authority who overs
06.03.
o Mickey Lewis, 56, professional footballer: West Brom, Derby County & Oxford Utd
06.03.
o Mickey Lewis, 56, prfessional footnaller, West Brom, Derby County and Oxford Utd
05.03.
o Charles Hill, art sleuth, 73, who tracked down works by Titian, Vermeer, Goya,
05.03.
o Barry Booth, 83, musician who worked with Rolf Harris, Roy Orbison and the Beatl
05.03.
o Anna Shuttleworth, the cellist
05.03.
o Willie Whigham, 81, footballer, former Middlesbrough and Darlington goalkeeper
05.03.
o Willie Whigham, 81, goalkeeper witn Middlesbrough and Darlington FC
05.03.
o Tony Hendra, 79, satirist, actor and writer
04.03.
o Re: Sir Peter Colpoys Paley Johnson, 7th Bt (1930-2003)
04.03.
o Lady Johnson, 78, widow of Sir Peter Johnson, 7th Baronet
04.03.
o Albany Wiseman, 90, renowned artist and illustrator
04.03.
o Major Tommy Turtle, 70, SAS soldier who excelled in the Falklands War
04.03.
o Phil Chisnall, 78, Liverpool and Manchester United footballer
04.03.
o Jimmy Spratt, 69, Northern Ireland policeman and politician
04.03.
o Professor George Sanford, 78, was a professor of politics at the University of B
04.03.
o Dick Sheppard, 90, stuntman who starred in 500 films: The Italian Job, Thunderba
04.03.
o Nicola Pagett, 75, lovely actress, Upstairs Downstarirs, Anne of a Thousand Days
03.03.
o Professor Alec Gambling, 94, pioneer of fibre-optic cables who anticipated the w
03.03.
o Max Morton, the Liverpool-born artist of international repute
03.03.
o Gundula Holbrook, 106, widow of Commander Norman Holbrook, VC
02.03.
o Homan Potterton, 74, art historian, writer and director of the National Gallery
02.03.
o Wilfrid Cockbain, who has died aged 105, was a WW2 soldier who survived several
02.03.
o Sir John Bailey, KCB, 92, lawyer and public servant
02.03.
o Chris Barber, OBE, 90, Jazz musician, bandleader and trombonist
02.03.
o Ian St John, 82, former Liverpool and Scotland striker
01.03.
o Tony Thornton, former chairman of Thorntons chocolates
01.03.
o Sir Alan Bowness, CBE, 93, former Director of the Tate Gallery
01.03.
o Capt Robert Alec Snow Irving of Bonshaw, Chief of the Name and Arms of Irving of
01.03.
o Michael Burns, MBE, 83, a British-born Irish journal ist who spent the majority
28.02.
o Professor Richard White, who has died aged 94, was a paediatrician who improved
28.02.
* Frank Mills, 93, actor: Billy Williams in Coronation Street, &c.
28.02.
`- Re: Frank Mills, 93, actor: Billy Williams in Coronation Street, &c.
28.02.
o Glenn Roeder, 65, former footballer, and manager of West Ham, Newcastle Ud and N
28.02.
o Johnny Briggs, MBE, 85, former Coronation Street actor
27.02.
o Rt Rev John Waine, KCVO, former Bishop of Chelmsford
27.02.
o Hon Jennifer Lowther, 88, granddaughter of a Commons Speaker, former wife of the
27.02.
o Mary Holt, 96, former Conservative MP for Preston North and a Circuit Judge
27.02.
o Dame Fiona Caldicott, DBE, psychiatrist and psychotherapist
27.02.
o Professor John Mallard, 94, professor of medical physics at Aberdeen University
25.02.
o Audrey Meaney, 89, archaeologist and historian specialising in the study of Angl
25.02.
o Ronald Pickup, 80, actor of stage and screen
24.02.
o Jack Bolton, 79, Scottish footballer who played for Raith Rovers, Ipswich Town,
24.02.
o Jack Whyte, 80, Scottish/Canadian novelist of historical fiction
24.02.
o Gerard Hemsworth, 75, contemporary artist
23.02.
o Lady Aitken, 94, widow of Sir Max Aitken, Bt, chairman of Beaverbrook Newspapers
23.02.
o Brigadier Paddy Blagden, CBE, 85, army officer expert in de-mining at UNMAS
23.02.
o Mike Renshaw, 72, English-American football left winger
23.02.
o Graeme English, 56, British Olympian, wrestler, competed in the 1988 Olympic Gam
23.02.
o Glynne Thomas, 85, ice hockey player
23.02.
o Glynne Thomas, 85, ice hickey player
22.02.
o Lady Menzies, MBE, 103, widow of Sir Peter Menzies, she worked in wartime SOE
21.02.
o Lady Boulton, 88, widow of Sir Clifford Boulton, Clerk of the House of Commons
21.02.
o Richard Shephard, MBE, influential composer
20.02.
o Chris Craft, 81, racing driver
20.02.
o Chris Vincent, 86, motorcycle sidecar road racer
19.02.
o Rupert Hambro, CBE, multi-millionaire banking heir, philanthropist
19.02.
o Trevor Dannatt, OBE, 102, archiect who worked on the Royal Festival Hall
19.02.
o Sir Eddie Kulukundis, OBE, 88, Greek shipping magnate, husband of Susan Hampshir
19.02.
o John Caldon, 73, founder of Flame Media (parent company of Australian TV distrib
19.02.
o Betty Willingale, 93, television producer and script editor
19.02.
o Sir Derek Roberts, CBE, FRS, 88, engineer who twice served as provost of Univers
18.02.
o Joan Potts, who has died aged 102, was an early volu nteer for the Women’s Aux
18.02.
* Iain Pattinson, 68, was the scriptwriter behind I ’m Sorry I Haven’t A Clue
19.02.
`- Re: Iain Pattinson, 68, was the scriptwriter behind Im Sorry I Havent A Clue, the
18.02.
o Tom Bethell, 84, British-born US journalist
18.02.
o Roger Griffin, 85, was an astronomer and emeritus professor of Observational Ast
18.02.
o Si Spencer, 59, comic book writer and TV dramatist and editor
17.02.
o Lt-Cdr Bernard Peter Fane de Salis, RN, 84, descended from the Viscounts Massere
17.02.
o John Manning, 80, professional footballer, Tranmere Rovers, Norwich City, &c
17.02.
o Chris Conn, a Grand Prix motorcycle road racer. His best season was in 1966 when
16.02.
o Eleanor Wadsworth, 103, last surviving British female pilot from the Second Worl
16.02.
o Steuart Bedford, OBE, 81, orchestral and opera conductor and pianist
16.02.
o Norman Jukes, 88, professional footballer, for York City
16.02.
o The 4th Earl of Selborne, GBE, FRS, DL, 80, ecological expert and businessman
15.02.
o Professor David Newland: Leading mechanical engineer who designed one of the fi
15.02.
o Sam Mercer, 91, soldier who lost an eye and a leg fighting in the Korean war
15.02.
o Capt John Bowen, RN, 88, naval engineer who designed new types of flight-deck ca
15.02.
o Air Commodore Tom Bennett, 91, pilot who gathered air samples following Pacific
15.02.
o Pipe Major Tony Crease, 74, of the Royal Scots Dragoon Guards [Amazing Grace, et
15.02.
o Tony Hallam, 70, professional footballer with Bolton Wanderers, Blackburn Rovers
15.02.
o Sir William Macpherson of Cluny, Cluny Machperson, 27th Clief of the Clan, has d
14.02.
o Alan Woan, 90, professional footballer, Norwich City, Crystal Palace, Aldershot,
14.02.
o John Kirkham, 79, footballer, Wolverhampton Wanderers, Peterborough Utd, &c
14.02.
o [David] Hywel Francis, 74, former Labour MP for Aberavon
14.02.
o Doug Mountjoy, 78, champion snooker player
14.02.
o Louis Clark, 73, musical arranger and keyboard player, Electric Light Orchestra
13.02.
o Sydney Devine, 81, Scottish crooner who sold 15 million albums
13.02.
o Rupert Neve, 94, elecronics engineer and entrepreneur
13.02.
o Lord Mowbray, Segrave and Stourton, 67, dies after fall at his Yorkshire home
12.02.
o Whelan Ward, 91, former footballer, Bradford City and Bradford Park Avenue strik
12.02.
o Phil Horrocks-Taylor, 86, was a rugby union fly half who played for Leicester Ti
12.02.
o Johnny Rogan, 67, author best known for books on music and popular culture
11.02.
o John Mark, 77, singer/songwriter, recorded with Marianne Faithfull, John Mayall,
10.02.
o Dennis Morley, 101, Royal Scots bandsman who survived a Japanese massacre
10.02.
o Dai Davies, 72, the former Everton and Wales goalkeeper
09.02.
o Lord Fraser of Corriegarth, 74, life peer, Conservative party treasurer, banker,
09.02.
o Ernie Tate, who has died aged 86, was a long-standing supporter and leading memb
09.02.
o Alan Lerwill, 74, international long jumper, Olympian in 1968 and 1972
09.02.
o Cyril Mango, 92, was a British scholar of the history, art, and architecture of
09.02.
o Dave Egerton, 59, former Bath, England and British Lions rugby player
09.02.
o Graham Day, 67, former professional footballer, began career with Bristol City
08.02.
o Columb McKinley, who has died aged 70, was a Scottish footballer who played for
08.02.
o Tony Collins, 94, football player, manager, Rochdale, Sheffield Wednesday, York
08.02.
o David Houldsworth, 67, Scottish landowner
07.02.
o Jeremy Mallinson, OBE, 83, Director Emeritus of the Durrell Wildlife Conservatio
07.02.
o Merryl Wyn Davies, 71, Welsh Muslim scholar and writer
07.02.
o Harry Fielder, 80, actor who worked extensively in British films and television
06.02.
o Jean Bayless, 88, who played Maria in the original Sound Of Music London product
06.02.
o Engelbert Humperdinck's beloved wife of 56 years has died from coronavirus
06.02.
o Jeremy Newson, 73, Documentary film-maker who lifted the lid on the fashion, mus
06.02.
o Anthony Maxwell, 66, heraldic designer
06.02.
o Ray Miquel, who built Bells whisky into a major brand and saved the Ryder Cup
05.02.
o John Pullin, 79, England international rugby player
04.02.
o Sir John Sparrow, 86, former chairman of the Racehorse Betting Levy Board
04.02.
o Professor Jay Blumler, 96, who was Emeritus Professor of Public Communication at
04.02.
o Professor Byron Criddle, 78, was an author and former Emeritus Reader in Politic
04.02.
o Flight Lieutenant Arthur 'Dickie' Bird, 100, won a DFC for low-level patrols and
04.02.
o Rory MacPherson, 85, diplomatic correspondent and ITN newscaster
04.02.
o Naim Attalah, CBE, 89, the publisher of Quartet Books and the owner of the Women
04.02.
o Lord Vestey, GCVO, the 3rd Baron, 79, billionaire courtier, landowner, former Ma
03.02.
o Jeremy Lubbock, 89, Grammy-winning pianist, songwriter, and arranger
03.02.
o James Fenton, 89, was a linguist and poet who wrote in Ulster Scots
03.02.
o Brigadier John Randle, 99, won a Military Cross in 1945 in the last weeks of the
02.02.
o Maureen Colquhoun, 92, former Labour MP for Northampton North
02.02.
o Sir Peter Harper, CBE, 81, geneticist
02.02.
o Penelope Bostock, who has died aged 92, was a former Countess of Lindsay, the se
02.02.
o Capt Sir Tom Moore, Army officer and centenarian, known for his achievements rai
01.02.
o Arthur Bramley, 91, former Mansfield Town footballer
01.02.
o Lieutenant-Colonel Aidan Sprot of Haystoun, MC, 101, former Lord Lieutenant of T
01.02.
o Capt Michael Wenner, 99, the last veteran of the wartime 151/156 Parachute Batta
01.02.
o Peter Hindley, 76, footballer, Nottingham Forest, Coventry City, Peterborough Ut
01.02.
o John Gibbons, 95, professional footballer, Ipswich Town's oldest living player
01.02.
o Professor Ron Grigg, FRS, chemist, Professor of Organic Chemistry at Leeds Unive
01.02.
o Sylvanus Blackman, 87, weightlifter who competed for Barbados, England and GB
01.02.
o Very Rev Brian Moller, 85, former Anglican Dean of Connor
01.02.
o Rt Rev Keith Arnold, 94, former Bishop of Warwick
01.02.
o Mick Kerr, 86, Northern Ireland Gaelic football player
31.01.
o Lieutenant-Commander Johnnie Murray Jones, RN, 99, wartime submariner
31.01.
o Hon Joanna Perceval, 94, daughter of the 5th Baron Hatherton
31.01.
o Re: Sir John Robert Vane, Kt, FRS (1927-2004)
31.01.
o Ken Sedd, 81, actor, Softly Softly, Adam Adamant Lives!, The Best of Benny Hill
31.01.
o Anthony Dawes, 92, actor, Barry Lyndon, The Avengers, &c
30.01.
o Godfrey Hodgson, who has died aged 86, was the Observer's Washington corresponde
30.01.
o David Britton, 75, author, artist and publisher
30.01.
o Dick Reid, sculptor in stone and wood, who worked on York Minster, Windsor Castl
30.01.
o Giles Constable, 92, historian of the Middle Ages
30.01.
o Hilton Valentine, 77, musician, the original guitarist with the Animals
30.01.
o Sophie Xeon, 34, Grammy nomiated musician dies after 'sudden accident'
29.01.
o Eddie Connachan, 85, Scottish footballer, Dunfermline Athletic, Middlesbrough, F
28.01.
o Lewis Wolpert, CBE, FRS, FRSL, South African born British developmental biologis
28.01.
o Professor Gordon McVie, 76, giant of cancer treatment
28.01.
o Elliot Shinebourne, paediatric cardiologist at the Royal Brompton Hospital
27.01.
o Audrey Slaughter, 91, Pioneering magazine editor who created Honey, Petticoat an
27.01.
o Brigadier Charles David Maciver Ritchie, CBE, involved in the repatriation of th
27.01.
o Alan Ashcroft, 90, Rugby Union player, member of the British Lions team that tou
27.01.
o Hughroy Currie, 61, Jamaican-born British former heavyweight boxer
27.01.
o Professor Brice Pitt, Emeritus professor of Psychiatry at St Mary's Hospital
27.01.
o Cara O'Sullivan, 58, an Irish coloratura soprano singer
27.01.
o David Washbrook, historian, author, Trinity College, Cambridge
27.01.
o Nick Drake-Lee, 78, Rugby Union prop who played 73 games for Leicester Tigers
27.01.
o Vic Mitchell, 86, pioneer railway preservationist
25.01.
o Bobby McKee, MBE, Unionist politician in Larne, Northern Ireland
25.01.
o Peter Gillott, 85, full back footballer with Barnsley, Chelmsford, &c.
25.01.
o Professor Robert Heptinstall, 100, patholigist, chair of dept of pathology at Jo
25.01.
o Rt Rev Patrick O'Donoghue, 86, former Roman Catholic Bishop of Lancaster
25.01.
o Barrie Mitchell, 73, footballer, a forward with Dunfermline, Aberdeen, Tranmere
24.01.
o Ron Rafferty, 86, footballer who played in the Football League for Portsmouth, G
24.01.
o George Pulman, QC,
24.01.
o Elizabeth, Lady Gilbey, who has died aged 98, was the widow of Sir Derek Gilbey,
24.01.
o Robert Rowland, Brexit party MEP for South East England 2019-2020
24.01.
o Simon Crosse, 90, rower, British Olympian
23.01.
o Sir Keith Bright, 89, London Transport chairman when the Kings Cross fire boke o
23.01.
o Roy Torrens, OBE, 72, cricketer,c oach and sometime manager of the Ireland crick
22.01.
o Johnny Williams, 73, footballer, left-back with Watford
22.01.
o Charlotte Cornwell, 71, actress, half sister of John Le Carre, and star of the 1
22.01.
o Lady Milton-Thompson, 90, widow of Surgeon Vice-Admiral Sir Godfrey Milton-Thomp
21.01.
o Victoria Lou Lady de Rothschild, socialite, former wife of banking heir Sir Evel
21.01.
o Lady Miller, 92.wife of the late Sir Stephen Miller, KCVO
21.01.
o Mahmood Jamal, who has died aged 72, was one of the pioneers of multicultural te
21.01.
o Bruce Copp, 100, restaurateur who ran the legendary Establishment Club
21.01.
o Dave Bolton, 83, former Rugby League player, Wigan & Gt Britain
21.01.
o Mick Norcross, TOWIE star, has died aged 57
21.01.
o Rev Canon John Nurser, 91, eminent Anglican theologian
21.01.
o Keith Nichols, 75, jazz multi-instrumentalist and arranger
21.01.
o Peter Swan, 84, former Sheffield Wednesday footballer, banned for 8 years for be
20.01.
o Haydn Morris, 92, a Cardiff, Wales and British and Irish Lions international rug
20.01.
o James Cross, CMG, 99, diplomat, kidnapped by Front d e libération du Québec (F
20.01.
o John Jeffers, 52, footballer, Liverpool, Port Vale, Stockport County, &c
19.01.
o Re: General Sir John Akehurst, KCB, CBE (1930-2007)
19.01.
o Lady Carter, widow of Sir Philip Carter, CBE, life president of Everton Football
19.01.
o Professor Michael Land, FRS, 78, neurobiologist
19.01.
o Phil Rogers, Welsh studio potter and author, 69,
19.01.
o Group Capt Derek Rake, OBE, AFC & Bar, has died aged 98
19.01.
o John G. Ramsay, CBE, FRS, 89, structural geologist
19.01.
o Sinclair Hood, 103, archaeologist and academic sometime director of the British
18.01.
o Lady Worcester, 87, chatelaine of Allington Castle, Kent, wife of Sir Robert Wor
18.01.
o Andy Gray, 61, Scottish actor known for his role in soap River City
18.01.
* Georg von Mallinckrodt, Hon KBE, 90, sometime chairman of Schroders
21.01.
`- Re: Georg von Mallinckrodt, Hon KBE, 90, sometime chairman of Schroders
18.01.
o Rt Rev Ian Griggs, 92, former Bishop of Ludlow
18.01.
o Monsignor Mark Langham, was the Catholic chaplain at the University of Cambridge
17.01.
o Chris Cramer, 73, major figure in BBC News and later CNN International
16.01.
o Bridget Rowe, 70, journalist, sometime editor of the Sunday Mirror
16.01.
* John Spens, MVO, former Carrick Pursuivant and Albany Herald
16.01.
`- Re: John Spens, MVO, former Carrick Pursuivant and Albany Herald
16.01.
o Alan Hart, 85, TV executive former controller of BBC1
15.01.
o Storm Constantine, 64, science fiction and fantasy author
15.01.
o Geoff Barnett, 74, goalkeeper, who started out at Everton
15.01.
o Lord Shaw of Northstead, 100, who, as Michael Shaw was MP for Batley & Spenborou
15.01.
o Lionel Gossman, 91, Scottish/American scholar of French literature
15.01.
* Osian Gwynn Ellis, CBE, Welsh harpist, 92, known for his musical association wit
15.01.
`- Re: Osian Gwynn Ellis, CBE, Welsh harpist, 92, known for his musical association wit
15.01.
o Diana Payne-Myers, MBE, actress and dancer who was treading the boards until she
15.01.
o John Pilgrim, 87, washboard player with the Vipers during the 1950s
15.01.
o Rodney [Roddy] Blois, 79, scion of the Blois baronets
15.01.
o David Ashford, actor, 79, appeared in Crown Court, Malice Aforethought, Casualty
15.01.
o John Fitzpatrick, 74, Scottish footballer, Manchester United
15.01.
o Johnny Divers, Scottish footballer, Clyde FC, etc
15.01.
o George Sharples, 77, footballer who played for Everton, Blackburn Rovers, and So
15.01.
o Eileen Pollock, 73, actress who appeared as Lilo Lil in 'Bread'
15.01.
o Davie Sneddon, MBE, Scottish footballer, who managed Kilmarnock, &c
15.01.
o Kay Purcell, actress, 57, who appeared in Emmerdale, Waterloo Road, Tracy Beaker
15.01.
o Guy N. Smith, 81, pulp-fiction style horror writer
15.01.
o Chic McLelland, 67, Scottish footballer
14.01.
o John Handcock, CVO, DL, 90, stalwart of the Royal Albert Institute
14.01.
o Sarah Viscountess Allendale, 92, wife of the 3rd Viscount, and daughter of 'Pug'
14.01.
o Mike Sutton, 76, footvaller with Norwich City, Chesterfield and Carlisle Utd
14.01.
o Rt Rev Vincent Logan, 79, Roman Catholic Bishop of Dunkeld
14.01.
o George Hudson, 83, footballer, centre forward
14.01.
o Colin Withers, 80, was an English professional footballer who made 245 appearanc
14.01.
o Andrew Vaisey Hill, 70, scion of the Hill baronets
14.01.
o MF Doom, London-born rapper, 49 --- it's all doom and gloom
14.01.
o Liam Reilly, 65, a member of the group Bagatelle,
14.01.
o Clint Boulton, 72, English professional footballer, Port Vale, Torquay Utd, etc
14.01.
o Steve Brown, producer for Wham!, Manic Street Preachers and more, has died aged
14.01.
o Zoe Davison, 60, National Hunt race horse trainer
14.01.
o Brian Whitcombe, 86, Rugby Union footballer who played for Bradford RFC
14.01.
o David Thompson, CBE, 84, businessman, co-founder of Hillsdown Holdings
14.01.
o Alan Igbon, 68, actor, The Professionals, Coronation St, Boys from the Blackstuf
14.01.
o Brian Cowan, 58, actor known for his role in Family Affairs and Taggart
14.01.
o Bill Nakeville, middle distance athlete, has died aged 95
14.01.
o Ken Middleditch, 95, motorcycle speedway rider
14.01.
o Bobby Kellard, 77, professional footballer and manager
14.01.
o Eve Branson, who has died aged 96, was mother of Sir Richard Branson
14.01.
o John Land, 82, England hockey Olympian
13.01.
o Trevor "Tosh" Chamberlain, 86, was an English professional footballer. He played
13.01.
o John Heilpern, 78, was a theatre critic, journalist, and author
13.01.
o Lloyd Cowan MBE, who has died aged 58, was a British track and field athlete, wh
13.01.
o Mark Keds, of the punk band Senseless Things, has died aged 50
13.01.
o Tony Gregory, 83, football player, coach and manager
13.01.
o Barbara Hewson, 59, an Irish barrister with a practice in public law
13.01.
o Kenneth Barker, CBE, 86, British academic and university administrator
13.01.
o Donald Smith, 97, cricketer, who played in three Tests for England in 1957.
13.01.
o Dame Margaret Weston, DBE, 94, was the Director of the Science Museum, London.
13.01.
o Norman Houston, 62, Northern Ireland's former representative in Washington DC
13.01.
o Sir Robert Cohan, CBE, 95, dancer, choreographer, and the founding artistic dire
13.01.
o Grace Robertson, OBE, photographer/photojournalist, aged 90
13.01.
o Gerry Cottle, 75, circus proprietor and owner of the Wookey Hole Caves
13.01.
o Rosemary Lady Johnson-Ferguson, 78, widow of Sir Ian Johnson-Ferguson, Bt
13.01.
o Nicky Booth, 40, professional bantamweight boxer
13.01.
o Professor Michael Green, 82, patholgist involved in Yorkshire Ripper Case
13.01.
o Peter Craze, actor, 74, known for Doctor Who and The Bill, etc
13.01.
o Barbara Shelley, 88, film and tv actress, best known for her work in horror genr
13.01.
o Jim Haynes, 87, was a figure in the British "underground" and alternative/counte
13.01.
o Most Reverend Philip Tartaglia, 70, Archbishop of Glasgow
13.01.
o His Honour [Henry] John Byrt, QC, 91, former Circuit Judge
13.01.
o John Georgiadis, 81, violinist and conductor
12.01.
* Very Rev Christopher Campling, 95, former Dean of Ripon
12.01.
`- Re: Very Rev Christopher Campling, 95, former Dean of Ripon
12.01.
* Sir David Barclay, 86, one of the billionaire 'Barclay Brothers'
13.01.
`- Re: Sir David Barclay, 86, one of the billionaire 'Barclay Brothers'
12.01.
o Christopher Little, iterary agent and bon viveur who se life and bank balance ch
12.01.
o Flight Lieutenant Bill Eames, 97, D-Day veteran
12.01.
o Sir Philip Preston, 8th Baronet, 74
12.01.
o Sir Mathew Wilson, 6th Baronet, OBE, MC, 84
11.01.
o Kay Ullrich, 77, former SNP MP
10.01.
o Michael Apted, CMG, 79, director, producer and actor
09.01.
o John Webster, 100, daredevil former Desert Rat who served at El Alamein and par
09.01.
o Katharine Whitehorn, CBE, 92, journalist, writer, columnist
08.01.
o Lady Melissa Brooke, 85, widow of Sir George Brooke, 3rd Baronet
08.01.
o Clementina Bentine, 93, ballet dancer, widow of Michael Bentine, actor and comed
08.01.
o Dr Simon Rees, huntsman
08.01.
* William Windham, 94, scion of a landed gentry family
14.01.
`- Re: William Windham, 94, scion of a landed gentry family
08.01.
o Harry Brind, CMG, 93, who negotiated a tricky relationship with Idi Amin
08.01.
o Catherine Ennis, organist
07.01.
o Hon Charles Guest, a son of the late 2nd Viscount Wimborne
05.01.
o Bert Patrick, founder of Admiral Sportswear
05.01.
* Sir Arnold Wolfendale, 93, former Astronomer Royal
09.01.
`- Re: Sir Arnold Wolfendale, 93, former Astronomer Royal
05.01.
o Colin Bell: Manchester City and England midfielder has died aged 74
05.01.
o Margaret Grant, MBE, 87, founder of the Brittle Bone Society
05.01.
o Sir John Hills, CBE, 66, academic, latterly professor of Social Policy at the Lo
05.01.
o Sir John Hills, CBE, 66, ritish academic, latterly professor of Social Policy at
05.01.
o Geoff Stephens, 86, songwriter whose compositions were turned into hits by both
05.01.
o Geoff Spehens, 86, a songwriter whose compositions were turned into hits by both
04.01.
o Hubert Chesshyre, the disgraced former herald and genealogist, has died aged 80
04.01.
o Charles Campion, 69, the larger-than-life MasterChef judge known for unnerving
04.01.
o Paul Nihill, MBE, 81, British Olympian at the Tokyo games in 1964
04.01.
o Sir Brian Urquhart, 101, British diplomat who helped establish UN peacekeeping f
04.01.
o Lady Mary Colman, 88, a first cousin of the Queen
03.01.
o Michael McKevitt, who plotted the 1998 Omagh bombing, has died from cancer aged
03.01.
o Gerry Marsden, MBE, 78, of Gerry and the Pacemakers - You’ll Never Walk Alone
02.01.
o David Johnson, 60, Theatre producer who took cult acts and controversial shows t
02.01.
o Hector McKenzie Johnston: Monte Cassino veteran and war hero who went on to beco
02.01.
o Professor John Cash: Expert on blood who foresaw a role for the internet in medi
01.01.
o Ronald Atkins, 104, MP for Preston North on two separate occasions; from 1966 u
01.01.
o Mark Eden, 92, actor, played Alan Bradley in Coronation Street
01.01.
o Brendan Lehane, 84, journalist and author
31.12.
* David Coleridge, 88, former chairman of Lloyd's
09.01.
`- Re: David Coleridge, 88, former chairman of Lloyd's
31.12.
o Tommy Docherty, 92, the former Manchester United and Scotland manager
30.12.
o Alanna Knight, 97, novelist and writer
30.12.
o Patricia Roberts: knitwear designer known for creating colourful, elaborately pa
30.12.
o Brian Binley, Conservative MP for Northampton South from 2005-2015
30.12.
o Peter Abbs, 78, writer, poet and educator, and Susse x University’s first prof
30.12.
o David Arnott, 77, founder, the Online Burma/Myanmar Library and the Burma Peace
30.12.
o Dai Edwards, 92, one of a small group of engineers w ho designed the world’s f
30.12.
o Professor Peter Fookes: Pioneer of engineering geology who studied the ground be
30.12.
o Professor John Ffowcs Williams, 85, known for his contributions to Aeroacoustic
29.12.
o Basil Moss, 85, was a perennial character actor often popping up in popular seri
28.12.
o Oliver Winterbottom, 76, automotive designer who designed cars for Lotus as well
28.12.
o Sir Colin Henry Imray, KBE, CMG, KStJ, former diplomat, aged 87
28.12.
o Della Howard, 96, philanthropist and Knightsbridge hostess
28.12.
o Michelle Mullane, 50, former BBC Manchester and Xfm star
28.12.
o Robin Jackman, 75, the former Surrey and England cricketer
28.12.
o Martin Lambie-Nairn, 75, creator of Spitting Image
27.12.
o Jim McLean: football manager who took Dundee United to the higher reaches of Eur
27.12.
o Ian Wilson, 77, entrepreneur, writer, travel publisher, and founder and chairman
27.12.
o John Barrow, FRS, cosmologist and theoretical physicist
26.12.
o Mary Falk: Trailblazing solicitor and sailor who achieved the fastest Atlantic c
26.12.
o The Very Rev James Atwell obituary Popular Dean of W inchester with a penchant f
26.12.
o David Carter: Industrial designer whose projects ranged from the definitive Stan
26.12.
o Peter Lamont, 91, Production designer who worked on James Bond films from Goldfi
26.12.
o Hugh Dalgety, 77, master of foxhounds
26.12.
o John Edrich, MBE, 77, England batsman
26.12.
o George Blake, 98, who claimed to have betrayed 600 agents to the Russians has di
23.12.
o Stella Tennant, 50, supermodel granddaughter of the Duke of Devonshire
23.12.
o Joan Bohanna, 76, sometime Usdaw convenor of shop stewards at Glaxo Operations
23.12.
o Leif Mills, CBE, 84, trade unionist
23.12.
o Professor Pieter Grootenhuis, 96, late the Dept of Mechanical Engineering, Imper
22.12.
o Dame Rachel Waterhouse, DBE, 97
22.12.
o Matt Tees, 81, Scottish professional footballer
22.12.
o Bryan Sykes, 73, geneticist
22.12.
o Lieutenant-Commander Graham Patrick, RN, CVO, 99, fl ew the “Applecore” and
21.12.
o The Baroness Tebbit, In 1984, she was severely injured by the IRA bomb attack on
21.12.
o Dame Dame Fanny Waterman, DBE, 100, CO-founder of Leeds International Piano Comp
20.12.
o Richard Luckett, Unworldly and whimsical Cambridge don, polymath and Pepys Libra
20.12.
o Tim Severin, 80, Explorer, writer and film-maker
20.12.
o Venerable David Rogers, 99, served with Field Marsh al Montgomery at Lüneberg
20.12.
o Rosalind Knight, 87, TV, film and theatre actress appeared in Carry On Teacher a
17.12.
o Alanna Knight, 97, Prolific author of romantic and crime fiction, and active sup
17.12.
o Rev Alistair Sutherland: Engineer who helped to develop early kidney dialysis ma
17.12.
o Nigel Jaques, 85, popular Eton housemaster who taught Prince William
17.12.
o Jeremy Bulloch, 75, famous for playing the bounty hunter Boba Fett in Star Wars'
15.12.
o Kenneth Alwyn, 95, the celebrated conductor and composer who appeared on BBC Ra
14.12.
o Viscount Runciman of Doxford, CBE, FBA, 86, historical sociologist and senior re
13.12.
o John Le Carré, 89, the great author of espionage no vels
12.12.
o Jeremy Montagu, 92, conductor and museum curator
12.12.
* Colonel the Rev Robbie Hall : Royal Engineer who was decorated for defusing a Se
29.12.
`- Re: Colonel the Rev Robbie Hall : Royal Engineer who was decorated for defusing a Se
12.12.
o Walter Hooper, 89, best-known for his tireless work in promoting the work of CS
10.12.
o Lady Nall, 93, widow of Sir Michael Nall, 2nd Baronet
10.12.
o Dame Barbara Windsor, 83, best known for her roles in the Carry On films, and Ea
10.12.
o Olive Geddes: Secretary and superfan who struck up an extraordinary friendship w
10.12.
o Patience Thomson: Dyslexia pioneer who taught minor royals and young offenders,
10.12.
o Professor Roger Hood: Criminologist who made a career studying the death penalty
10.12.
o Philip Scrope, 77, scion of the Scropes of Danby
09.12.
o Dame Eachel Waterhouse, 97, Chair of Which? whose lobbying led to a series of la
08.12.
o Laurie Weeden, glider pilot who landed troops at Normandy in the operation to bl
08.12.
o Min Birdsey, 73, a Labour party press officer during the 1970s
08.12.
o John Mitchell, 75, was the founder of Carbohydrate Polymers, a scientific journa
08.12.
o Pauline Baines, 103, book designer and art director at Thames & Hudson
07.12.
o The 13th Lord Belhaven and Stenton, 93, an active Conservative Peer who served o
07.12.
o Maria Fyfe, 82, Labour MP for Glasgow Maryhill from 1987 to 2001.
07.12.
o Ian Jenkins, 67, Senior Curator of Antiquities, British Museum
07.12.
o Doug Scott, 79, the first Englishman to conquer Everest, has died of brain cance
07.12.
o Peter Pickering, 96, film maker
07.12.
o Hugh Macdonald Teacher, 76, of the eponymous whisky family
06.12.
o Miles Barton: Wildlife television producer whose collaborations with Sir David A
06.12.
* Peter Alliss, 89, who was the voice of the BBC’s g olf coverage for decades
06.12.
`- Re: Peter Alliss, 89, who was the voice of the BBC ’s golf coverage for decades
04.12.
o James Agnew, 67, scion of the Agnew baronets
04.12.
o Sir Gordon Booth, KCMG, CVO, 92, of HM Diplomatic Service, and company director
04.12.
o Sir John Graham, Bt, 82, Chairman of John Graham [Dromore] Ltd, Building and Civ
03.12.
o Re: Lord Clyde (1932-2009)
03.12.
* Tony Hooper: Singer and guitarist for the Strawbs, the leading folk rock band th
08.12.
`- Re: Tony Hooper: Singer and guitarist for the Strawbs, the leading folk rock band th
03.12.
o Alexander ‘Akki’ Manson, Aberdeenshire farmer wh o championed agricultural c
03.12.
o Wallace Foulds, Internationally renowned ophthalmologist who saved the sight of
02.12.
o Squadron Leader Tom ‘Tam’ Syme, 92, fighter-bomb er pilot who led strikes du
01.12.
o Sir Philip Wroughton, KCVO, 87, former Lord Lieutenant of Berkshire
01.12.
o Alan Lumsden, 86, wide-ranging expert on rare musical instruments
01.12.
o Lord Kerr of Tonaghmore, 72, former judge of the Supreme Court
01.12.
o The Lord Kerr of Tonaghmore, 72, one of the first judges of the Supreme Court
30.11.
o Sir Robert Johnson, 87, judge in High Court family division who ruled on sensiti
30.11.
o Professor Stephen Prickett, 81, scholar of the Romantic movement and the King Ja
30.11.
o Lady Kirkwood, wife of Lord Kirkwood, a Lord of Sessions in Scotland 1987-2005
29.11.
o David Prowse, 85, strongman actor who played Darth Vader and the Green Cross Cod
28.11.
o Doug Edmunds, 76, world champion caber tosser, athlete, strongman and raconteur
28.11.
o Richard Waddingham, 82, Norfolk farmer who inspired a project to rescue the cou
27.11.
o Lady Cropper, 80, wife of Sir James Cropper, former Lord-Lieutenant of Cumbria
27.11.
o Lieutenant-Commander John Beresford, RN
27.11.
o Hamish MacInnes, 90, climber dubbed ‘the Fox of Gl encoe’ for his mountain r
27.11.
o Sir Richard Plender: Specialist in international and EU law who first coined th
26.11.
o Capt Duncan Knight, DSC, 100, naval officer who took part in the destruction of
25.11.
o Marcus Banks, 60, social anthropologist
25.11.
o Christine Little, 65, recruitment specialist, and instrumental in creating the R
24.11.
o Gwyn Jones, 85, Wolves footballer who helped to expose the 1960s betting scandal
24.11.
o Professor Anne Rasa, 80, scientist who revealed the complex social structure in
23.11.
o Viscountess Simon, 83, wife of the 3rd Viscount Simon
23.11.
o Philip Voss, 84 obituary, actor whose versatile career encompassed Doctor Who, J
22.11.
o Last of the ‘secret listeners’ who eavesdropped on captured Nazi generals i
22.11.
o Air Marshal Sir John Baird, 83, Surgeon-General who pushed for change in militar
22.11.
o Tony Waiters, 83, Blackpool and England goalkeeper who moved to the NASL and man
22.11.
* Paul Callan, 81, journalist and editor
23.11.
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22.11.
o Albert Quixall, 87, footballer who helped Manchester United to recover from the
20.11.
o Douglas Matthews, 93, index compiler sought after for the precision and wit of h
20.11.
o Jan Morris, historian, travel writer and trans pioneer, dies aged 94
20.11.
o Bill Jamieson, 75, convivial Scots financial journalist of robustly free-market
19.11.
o Brigadier Frank Henn, 99, Army officer whose long career began in wartime France
19.11.
o Sir Ian Niall Rankin, 4th Baronet 1932-2020
17.11.
o Lady Cox, 86, widow of Vice Admiral Sir John Cox, KCB, and mother of the 8th Ear
17.11.
* Lord Stoddart of Swindon, 94, life peer, former Labour MP
25.11.
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17.11.
o Josephine Harris, 89, leading figure in the world of glass engraving
17.11.
o Eric Hall, colourful record plugger who became the first high-profile football a
16.11.
o Robert Layton, 90, musicologist and radio producer with a quirky sense of humour
16.11.
o Henry Butler McKenzie Johnston, CB, 99, Monte Cassino veteran and war hero who w
16.11.
o Sir John Meurig Thomas, 87, chemist and populariser of science known for work on
15.11.
o John Hays, 71, travel operator who came to the rescue of Thomas Cook
15.11.
o Ray Clemence dead aged 72: England, Liverpool and Spurs legend dies
15.11.
o John Ritchie, who has died aged 92, was father of the film director Guy Ritchie
15.11.
o ohn Ritchie, who has died aged 92, was father of the film director Guy Ritchie a
15.11.
* Des O’Connor dead – Legendary TV star dies ‘pe acefully in his sleep’ ag
06.12.
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13.11.
o George Newman, 96, music publisher and refugee from the Nazis who rescued rare b
13.11.
o Peter Sutcliffe, 74, the Yorkshire Ripper, one of the UK's worst serial killers
13.11.
o Hon Graham Cowdrey, 56, Kent County cricketer, son of the late Colin Cowdrey
12.11.
o Jeremy Bagwell Purefoy, CVO, 60, sometime assistant secretary [insignia] Central
12.11.
o David Scrase, 71, curator and revered expert in the field of old master drawings
12.11.
o Lavender Maclachlan: Veteran of the Wasbies, the auxiliaries who braved gunfire
11.11.
o Professor Val Curtis, 62, environmental health expert who championed good hygien
10.11.
* Lady Moyra Campbell, 90, one of the Queen's Maids of Honour at the Coronation, J
15.11.
`- Re: Lady Moyra Campbell, 90, one of the Queen's Maids of Honour at the Coronation, J
10.11.
o Lady Anderson, 97, widow of Major-General Sir John Anderson, KBE
10.11.
o The Hon Thomas Lindsay, who has died aged 83, was a younger son of the 28th Earl
10.11.
o John Wardley, 98, SAS officer who led sabotage raids behind the lines in Holland
10.11.
o Rear-Admiral Richard Burn, brave Sea Harrier test pilot, dies aged 82
10.11.
o Lavinia Hankinson, 97, a daughter of Sir Alan 'Tommy' Lascelles, and a goddaught
09.11.
o John Fraser, prolific film actor of 1950s and 1960s once dubbed most handsome ma
07.11.
o Sir Peter Badge, 88, magistrate and world authority on coracles
07.11.
* Lord Sacks, MBE, for Chief Rabbi of the United Hebbrew Congregation of the Commo
07.11.
`- Re: Lord Sacks, MBE, for Chief Rabbi of the United Hebbrew Congregation of the Commo
06.11.
o Sylvia Morris, singer, 99, who performed for Hitler, befriended Prince Philip an
06.11.
* Geoffrey Palmer, actor, 93, known for his roles in such sitcoms as Butterflies,
06.12.
`- Re: Geoffrey Palmer, actor, 93, known for his roles in such sitcoms as Butterflies,
06.11.
o Joanna Harcourt-Smith, socialite and author, 74, who went on the run with Timoth
05.11.
o Vice-Admiral Peter Dunt, 73, who served under Sandy Woodward during the Falkland
05.11.
o Stephen Campbell, 59, Birmingham barrister who ably managed the King Edward’s
05.11.
o Fred Baker, archaeologist and award-winning film-maker, has died aged 55
05.11.
o Arthur Wills, composer, 94, organist and an acclaimed figure in contemporary chu
05.11.
o John Powley, 84, conscientious local politician in Cambridge and Tory MP for Nor
05.11.
o Ken Blaiklock, 92, explorer who spent a record length of time in Antarctica
05.11.
* The Rt Rev Richard Lewis, 76, bishop and kind pastor who championed Suffolk rura
22.12.
`- Re: The Rt Rev Richard Lewis, 76, bishop and kind pastor who championed Suffolk rura
05.11.
o Colonel Freddie Kemp, 66, saw varied action and served as an MoD case officer at
05.11.
o Uriah Heap keyboard player, Ken Hesley, dies aged 75
03.11.
o John Sessions, 67, actor and comedian
01.11.
o Lady Elizabeth Anson, CVO, 79, party planner, socialite cousin of the Queen, has
01.11.
o Lord Shutt of Greetland, 78, former Deputy Chief Whip in the House of Lords
31.10.
o Sir Sean Connery, Kt, the actor, has died at the age of 90
30.10.
o David Toole, 56, dancer and actor who thrilled the crowd at the 2012 Paralympics
30.10.
o Don Hayter, 94, engineer who played a crucial role in the creation of the MGB sp
30.10.
o Nobby Stiles, England World Cup-winner, dies aged 78 after long illness
29.10.
o JJ Williams - legendary Wales and Lions wing - has died, aged 72
29.10.
* Bobby Ball ~ One half of double act Cannon and Ball dies after testing positive
29.10.
`- Re: Bobby Ball ~ One half of double act Cannon and Ball dies after testing positive
28.10.
o Douglas Latchford, 89, expert on Asian antiquities whose career ended in a New Y
28.10.
o Vice-Admiral Sir James Jungius, 96, who took part in an audacious raid on the Ad
27.10.
o Viscountess Hall, 78, widow of the 2nd Viscount Hall
27.10.
o Johnny Leeze, 78, actor who played Ned Glover, the ‘unluckiest man in soaps
27.10.
o Eric Parkin, 95, pianist who championed music by British composers
27.10.
o The Marchioness of Dufferin & Ava, 79, chatelaine of Clandeboye, County Down
26.10.
o Leslie Iversen, 82, pioneering neuroscientist who studied the effects of drugs o
26.10.
o Talbot Bashall, 94, public servant who gave a new life to thousands of Vietnames
26.10.
* Frank Bough, 87, consummate broadcaster whose wholesome image was dented by tabl
27.10.
`- Re: Frank Bough, 87, consummate broadcaster whose wholesome image was dented by tabl
26.10.
o Paul Moore, 61, whistleblower who exposed the financial misconduct of HBOS
23.10.
o Howard Morgan, 71, ebullient portraitist who painted the Queen and other society
23.10.
o Brian Locking, 81, bass guitarist who played with the Shadows in Cliff Richard's
22.10.
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22.10.
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22.10.
o David Waller, 57, City PR expert who wrote three acclaimed biographies of 19th-c
22.10.
* Barry Griffiths, 81, leader of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and gifted solo
25.11.
`- Re: Barry Griffiths, 81, leader of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and gifted solo
21.10.
* Jill Paton Walsh, 83, novelist ranging from children ’s stories to Dorothy Say
22.10.
`- Re: Jill Paton Walsh, 83, novelist ranging from chil dren’s stories to Dorothy Say
21.10.
o Spencer Davis, 81, founder and frontman of the Spencer Davis Group
20.10.
o Sir John Margetson, KCMG, 93, former Ambassador to the Netherlands and Gentleman
20.10.
o Lady Davies, 79, wife of the 3rd Baron
19.10.
o Hon Lady Morrison, 74, former chatelaine of the magnificent Madresfield Court
18.10.
o James Nash, 86, adventurer who travelled from Istanbul to Jerusalem with horse a
18.10.
o Chris Killip, 74, photographer who chronicled life in the North East in an era o
18.10.
o Margaret Nolan, 76, actress whose gold-painted body graced the title sequence of
17.10.
o Re: SAS tracker Eddie McGee: dies at 64
16.10.
o Tom Maschler, 87, buccaneering publisher who revived Jonathan Cape and secured a
14.10.
* Barry Reed, CBE, MC, 89, chairman of the Austin Reed Group
06.11.
`* Re: Barry Reed, CBE, MC, 89, chairman of the Austin Reed Group
18.11.
 `- Re: Barry Reed, CBE, MC, 89, chairman of the Austin Reed Group
14.10.
o Air Commodore Ken Goodwin, 92, pilot who thrilled crowds across Europe with his
14.10.
o Thomas Mitchell, 88, IRA member who was twice elected to Parliament while in pri
13.10.
o Erin Wall, 44, soprano who delighted audiences at the Edinburgh Festival and the
13.10.
o Sir Samuel Brittan, 86, brilliant economic commentator who set the agenda for th
12.10.
o Sir Lyonel Tollemache, 7th Baronet, 89, former High Sheriff of Leicestershire
12.10.
* Giles Auty, 85, painter turned punchy Spectator art critic and opponent of moder
12.10.
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12.10.
o Vice-Admiral Sir Geoffrey Dalton, 89, led daring rescue when a Greek ship sank i
11.10.
o Colonel David Benest, 66, CO of 2 Para whose experiences drove reflections on mi
11.10.
o Jimmy Winston, 75, founder-member of the Small Faces
11.10.
o Hon John Trenchard, 67, a younger son of the late 2nd Viscount Trenchard
10.10.
o Margaret MacCurtain, 91, Dominican nun who campaigned fearlessly on liberal caus
10.10.
o Jeremy Montagu, 92, ethnomusicologist, percussionist, avid collector and curator
09.10.
* Vice Admiral Sir John Webster, KCB, 87, who became Flag Officer Plymouth and Por
21.10.
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09.10.
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21.10.
 `- Re: Vice Admiral Sir John Webster, KCB, 87, who became Flag Officer Plymouth and Por
07.10.
o Lord Coleraine, 89, the second Baron, grandson of Andrew Bonar Law
07.10.
o Lord Ashbourne, 87, the fourth baron, naval officer, company director
07.10.
* Lord Ashburton, KG, KCVO, the 7th Baron, 91
08.10.
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07.10.
o Emyr Humphreys, 101, leading Welsh novelist chronicl ing his country’s moral a
07.10.
o Dr Jean Smellie, 93, paediatrician whose work on kidney infections prevented nee
06.10.
o Jackie Dennis, 77, kilt-wearing 1950s Scots pop star who had a hit aged 15 with
05.10.
o Sir Peter Harrop, KCB, 94, civil servant
05.10.
* Brigadier Mark “Scarlet” Noble, 62, Royal Marine helicopter pilot and adept
06.10.
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05.10.
* Sir Peregrine Worsthorne, 96, sometime editor of the Sunday Telegraph
05.10.
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03.10.
o Lady Walsingham, 92, wife of the 9th Baron
03.10.
o Derwent May, 90, man of letters whose interests included ornithology and natural
02.10.
* Michael Oliver, 70, trained West Tip, winner of the 1986 Grand National
02.10.
`- Re: Michael Oliver, 70, trained West Tip, winner of the 1986 Grand National
02.10.
o Helena Shenel, 89, vocal coach who helped stars including Dame Shirley Bassey
02.10.
o Derek Mahon, poet, 78, whose work transcended the Troubles of his native Northe
02.10.
* Timothy Ray Brown, the ‘Berlin patient’ who was the first person to be cure
02.10.
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02.10.
o Z-CARS and Softly, Softly actor Frank Windsor has died at the age of 92
01.10.
o Bobby Wilson, 84, stylish British tennis player who became a Wimbledon favourite
01.10.
o Group Captain Ken Parfit, 96, Lancaster bomber navigator with the wartime Pathfi
01.10.
o Elena Jeronimidis, 73, leading light of the British bridge scene
01.10.
o Archie Lyndhurst, 19, actor son of Nicholas Lyndhurst
30.09.
* Colonel John Llewellyn Waddy, OBE, 100, last surviving officer of the Battle of
04.10.
`- Re: Colonel John Llewellyn Waddy, OBE, 100, last surviving officer of the Battle of
29.09.
o Tommy Eade, 90, devoted countryman, land agent and president of the Royal Forest
28.09.
o Mary Fetherston-Dilke, 101, naval nurse who served in Egypt and Palestine
28.09.
o Pat Smullen, 43, Irish jockey who won the Derby and the 2,000 Guineas
28.09.
o Bob Gore, inventor of GoreTex, aged 83
26.09.
o Lee Kerslake,73, hard-driving drummer with heavy metal pioneers Uriah Heep and
26.09.
o Sam McBratney, 77, children’s author who sold mill ions of copies of Guess How
24.09.
o Eminent Elizabethans II:Dame Georgina Mace 1953-2020
24.09.
o Hon Lady Coats, 91, widow of Sir William Coats
24.09.
o Sir Harold Evans, 92, editor of The Sunday Times who heralded a new era in Briti
23.09.
o Howard MacDonald, 92, oil industry veteran who brought rigour to NatWest investm
23.09.
o Lady Hawkins, 104, widow of Sir Arthur Hawkins
23.09.
o Sir Malcolm Innes of Edingight, KCVO, 82, former Lord Lyon King of Arms
22.09.
o Michael Lonsdale, 89, Anglo-French actor widely known to millions as Hugo Drax i
21.09.
o Malcolm Green, 84, leading chemist whose lab was a thrilling place in which to w
19.09.
o Barbara Jefford, 90, brilliant classical actress who delighted audiences over se
17.09.
o Professor Sir Neil Douglas, 71, world-renowned medic specialising in breathing d
17.09.
o Patrick Deuchar, 71, executive who transformed the fortunes of the Royal Albert
17.09.
o Barrie Cook, 91, abstract artist who championed the spray gun in his work
16.09.
o Jeremy Nichols, 77, headmaster of Stowe who galvanised its pupils with his style
15.09.
o Ron Tauranac, 95, design engineer whose cars made Brabham a dominant force in Fo
15.09.
o Lady Carter, 89, widow of Labour life peer, Lord Carter, Tony Blair's Chief Whip
14.09.
o Squadron Leader Allan Scott, DFM, 99, Spitfire ‘ac e’ who saw fierce fightin
14.09.
o Joan Feynman, 93, astrophysicist who unlocked the secrets of the Northern Lights
14.09.
* Anne Stevenson, poet, 87, and critic whose study of Sylvia Plath left some fans
08.12.
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14.09.
* Sir Terence Conran, 88, founder of Habitat who shape d Britain’s post-war cons
06.12.
`- Re: Sir Terence Conran, 88, founder of Habitat who s haped Britain’s post-war cons
14.09.
o Toots Hibbert, singer, 77, who helped to make reggae one of the great global mu
14.09.
o Theo Foley, footballer. 83, who forged a successful managerial partnership with
14.09.
o David Mercer, 70, tennis umpire best known as a BBC commentator at Wimbledon
14.09.
o Sir John McFarland, 3rd Baronet, 92, former High Sheriff of Londonderry
10.09.
o John Small, 70, Kenya-born businessman and tireless supporter of investment in A
10.09.
o Alan Minter, 69, boxer who won a world title but suffered a notorious defeat to
10.09.
* Dame Diana Rigg, DBE 1938-2020
10.09.
`- Re: Dame Diana Rigg, DBE 1938-2020
10.09.
o Air Chief Marshal Sir David Parry-Evans, 85, pilot who rose to senior RAF and Na
09.09.
o Helen Taylor Thompson, 96, who served in the wartime SOE and founded Europe’s
09.09.
o Philip Latham, actor, 91, who played the dry aristoc rat Plantagenet in the BBC
08.09.
o Sir Ronald Harwood, 85, playwright and screenwriter noted for The Dresser and Th
08.09.
o Byll Elliot, 85, ‘theatrical plumber’ behind spe ctacular water effects for
08.09.
o The Rev Prebendary Bill Scott, 74, warm-hearted High-Church priest and chaplain
08.09.
o Captain Guy Brocklebank, 65, naval signals officer who commanded Faslane submari
08.09.
o Nicolas Hill, artist, writer, 86, and bon viveur who campaigned to save Suffolk
07.09.
o Sir Simon Boyle, KCVO, 79, former Lord Lieutenant of Gwent
07.09.
o Rinat Ibragimov, 59, brilliant Russian-born principal double bass player with th
06.09.
o The Reverend Gerald Reddington, 85, stockbroker who gave up the City to be an An
06.09.
o Sir Ken Robinson, 70, education guru who emphasised the need for risk-taking and
05.09.
o Lady Frances Esmé Denman, 81, daughter of the 5th E arl Howe
05.09.
o Able Seaman Moss Berryman, 96, last surviving member of a daring mission off Sin
05.09.
o Augustus Fletcher, 91, Malaya policeman who risked his life in the Emergency and
05.09.
o David Capel, 57, cricketer who helped England to an unlikely victory against Wes
05.09.
o Coral Pritchard-Gordon, 73, partner of Sir Michael Stoute
04.09.
o Matt Rugg, artist with a distinctively witty style w ho explored ‘new ways of
04.09.
o Nicholas Lash, 86, progressive Catholic theologian who was a trenchant critic of
03.09.
* Mary Miller, actress 90, who was one of the founding members of the National The
03.09.
`- Re: Mary Miller, actress 90, who was one of the founding members of the National The
02.09.
o Lord O’Neill of Clackmannan, shadow minister who f reed Labour from nuclear di
02.09.
o David Bryant, 88, the most talented player in the history of bowls
01.09.
* Air Vice-Marshal Barry Hamilton Newton, CB, CVO, OBE, RAF, sometime Gentleman Us
23.09.
`- Re: Air Vice-Marshal Barry Hamilton Newton, CB, CVO, OBE, RAF, sometime Gentleman Us
01.09.
o Peter King, Britain’s greatest jazz saxophonist an d world-class model aircraf
01.09.
o Yvonne Lady Cochrane, 98, fearless campaigner for pr eservation of Beirut’s hi
01.09.
o Lord O'Neill of Clackmannan, 75, Labour life peer
31.08.
o David Reid Scott, 73, suave financier who became a leading City figure following
31.08.
o Jonathan Hills, artist, 66, who drew the figures that became the Teletubbies
31.08.
o Eugene McCabe, 90, writer and farmer whose plays and stories explored life in th
31.08.
o Christopher Guy Harrison, 59, designer of deluxe furniture found in hotels and o
26.08.
o Mark Ormrod, 62, medieval historian who wrote a gripping biography of King Edwar
26.08.
o Harold Best, 82, Labour MP who ‘had Leeds North We st running through his vein
26.08.
* The Lord Renton of Mount Harry, PC, 88, life baron, as Tim Renton, was Tory MP f
29.08.
`- Re: The Lord Renton of Mount Harry, PC, 88, life baron, as Tim Renton, was Tory MP f
25.08.
o Frank Dunphy, 82, accountant who helped propel Damien Hirst to the top of the ar
25.08.
o Deirdre Le Faye,86, meticulous independent scholar o f Jane Austen’s life and
25.08.
o Brian Whitlock-Blundell, 97, of Crosby Hall, Merseyside
25.08.
o Margaret Anne Hambro, 87, widow of banking scion Jocelyn Hambro
24.08.
o Stuart Tredinnick, 56, bridge champion who learnt from his father and grandmothe
24.08.
o Iain Laughland, 84, supremely agile and fast Scotland fly-half who revitalised R
24.08.
o Denise Johnson, singer, 56, of the indie rock group Primal Scream
24.08.
o John Wragg, 82, prizewinning modernist sculptor and figurative painter
24.08.
o Ross Nye, 93, equestrian whose stables kept up the tradition of riding in Hyde P
21.08.
o Charles Allen, author, aged 80, whose Plain Tales from the Raj captured the popu
21.08.
o Hon Desmond Guinness, 88, co-founder of the Irish Georgian Society, son of the 2
21.08.
o Fr Anthony Meredith, 84, Jesuit valued at Oxford and Farm Street for his spiritu
21.08.
o Max Clendinning, 95, designer who ‘did for furnitu re what Mary Quant did for
21.08.
o Hon Reuben Pleydell-Bouverie, 89, scion of the Earls of Radnor
19.08.
o Thomas Gooch, 76, heir presumptive to his brother's baronetcy
19.08.
o Ben Cross, actor, 72, best known for playing athlete Harold Abrahams in the film
18.08.
o Erich Gruenberg, 95, violinist who was a mainstay of London concert life
18.08.
o Stuart Christie, 74, Glasgow-born anarchist who tried to blow up General Franco
17.08.
o Angela Buxton, 85, tennis player who fought prejudice to win the Wimbledon doubl
17.08.
o Amanda, Lady Phillimore, 83, the first wife of the late 3rd Baron Phillimore
16.08.
o Tim Clark, 84, doctor who pioneered study of inhaled steroids for asthma
16.08.
o Presily Sikes, who has died aged 95, was the mother of Lord Savile, the 4th Baro
16.08.
o VJ Day 75: Major John Blower, 97, sapper with African troops who helped to defea
14.08.
o Julian Bream, 87, uniquely gifted and influential British classical guitarist
13.08.
o Anton Powell, 73, ‘self-made’ classicist who adv anced studies of Sparta
13.08.
o Martin Birch, 71, record producer behind the rise of heavy metal
13.08.
o Hon Mrs Julian Fane, 85, aunt of the Earl of Westmorland
13.08.
* Lord Lester of Herne Hill, QC, 84, human rights lawyer who fought discrimination
13.08.
`- Re: Lord Lester of Herne Hill, QC, 84, human rights lawyer who fought discrimination
12.08.
o Hon Dame Mary Corsar, DBE [nee Buchanan-Smith], Scottish public servant
11.08.
o Ian Taylor, 64, titan of oil trading who also invested millions reviving Harris
11.08.
o Alison Fiske, 76, actress
11.08.
o Professor Nigel Weiss, 83, astrophysicist and authority on sunspots and solar fl
10.08.
o Lord Altrincham, the 3rd Baron, aged 86, brother of John Grigg who caused a furo
10.08.
o Charles Wade, 83, games enthusiast who established a handicapping system for rea
10.08.
o Lieutenant-Colonel Bill Mundell, 88, expert on jungle warfare who served in Born
10.08.
* Chris Needs, 66, radio host and musician who brought home comforts to the Welsh
11.08.
`- Re: Chris Needs, 66, radio host and musician who brought home comforts to the Welsh
10.08.
o Professor Horace Barlow, 98, neuroscientist who did groundbreaking work on visua
10.08.
o André Ptaszynski, 67, renowned theatre producer and former right hand of Andre
07.08.
o Charlotte Leadbeater, 77, artist
07.08.
o Wayne Fontana, 74, singer with the Mindbenders, who hit the big time with The Ga
07.08.
o Gerald Lincoln, 75, the endocrinologist and naturalist
07.08.
o James Keast, 63, costume designer for TV and film who hopped between eras, creat
07.08.
o Archie Young, 73, Geriatrician who pioneered the idea of strength training for
07.08.
o Sir Gavin Lightman, 80, Forthright high court judge passionate about ensuring ac
06.08.
o Edgar Maybanks, OBE, 87, police officer who dealt with several high-profile sieg
06.08.
o The Rev Professor James Packer, fervent evangelical scholar who battled liberali
06.08.
o Major General Lennox Napier, 92, who was awarded an MC for his services in Malay
06.08.
o Clive Ponting, 74, MoD official who leaked documents about the sinking of the Be
06.08.
o Gwenda Wilkin, 86, accordion virtuoso who entertained the troops and starred on
06.08.
o Caroline Roberts, 66, highly rated parliamentary assistant to a string of Tory M
03.08.
o Sydney Lotterby, 93, veteran of BBC comedy behind shows including Porridge and Y
03.08.
o John Hume, 83, SDLP leader who stood up for peaceful nationalism and won the Nob
02.08.
o Stan Mellor, 83, three times champion jump jockey
02.08.
o John Heuston, 94, the first Foreign News editor at BBC Television
01.08.
* Sir John Guinness, CB, 84
21.08.
`- Re: Sir John Guinness, CB, 84
31.07.
o David Hughes Davies, 90, former Chief Execitive of Dyfed County Council and Depu
31.07.
o C P Lee, 70, musician whose band Alberto Y Lost Tr ios Paranoias sent up the p
31.07.
o Sir Alan Parker, film director and writer, dies aged 76
31.07.
o Rear-Admiral Andrew Robertson, 95, naval officer decorated for his service in th
31.07.
o Professor Roger Stanley Williams, CBE, MD, FRCP, FRCS, late professor of Hepatol
30.07.
o Katherine, Lady Davson, 82, the widow of Sir Christopher Davson, 3rd Baronet
30.07.
o Alan Howard, 91, whose Cambridge Diet transformed thousands of lives
30.07.
o Mike Slemen, 69, rugby union winger who was a linchp in of England’s 1980 Gran

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