Monday 10 August 1998
Mr John Alldis, conductor, 69; Sir Frank Bowden Bt, retired landowner and industrialist, 89; Dame Gillian Brown, former diplomat, 75; Dame Elizabeth Butler-Sloss, a Lord Justice of Appeal, 65; Sir Lawrence Byford, management consultant, 73; Mrs Leila Campbell, former chairman, Ilea, 87; General Sir George Cooper, former Chief Royal Engineer, 73; Mr Eddie Fisher, singer, 70; Miss Rhonda Fleming, actress, 75; Professor Alexander Goehr, composer, 66; Sir Alan Hardcastle, chairman, Lloyds Regulatory Board, 65; Professor Adrian Harris, clinical oncologist, 48; Mr Roy Keane, footballer, 27; Mr Leonard Lickorish, former Director-General, British Tourist Authority, 77; Mrs Barbara Mills QC, director of Public Prosecutions, 58; Mr Kaye Oliver, ambassador to Rwanda, 55; Miss Kate O'Mara, actress, 59; Mr David Rowland, chairman of Lloyd's, 65; Lord Stewartby, former government minister, 63; Mrs Elizabeth Thomas, literary consultant, 79; Mr Richard Unsworth, novelist, 68; Mr Richard Wells, chief constable, South Yorkshire, 58; Ms Rosa Winterton MP, 40; Miss Jane Wyatt, actress, 87.
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