Thursday 17 July 1997
Sir Hardy Amies, dressmaker, 88; Mr Richard Barker, former Headmaster, Sevenoaks School, 58; Mr Tim Brooke-Taylor, actor, 57; Mr Mark Burgess, cricketer, 53; Miss Diahann Carroll, actress and singer, 62; Sir Alan Cottrell, former Master, Jesus College, Cambridge, 78; Miss Phyllis Diller, comedienne and concert pianist, 80; Mr Patrick Egan, former chairman, Fisons, 67; Mr William Etherington MP, 56; Mr Ray Galton, scriptwriter, 67; Baroness Gardner of Parkes, dental surgeon, 70; Mr W. Gordon Graham, publisher, 77; Mr Eric Hammond, trade union leader, 68; Mr John Harper, former deputy managing director, British Telecom, 67; Sir William Henderson, microbiologist, 84; Sir William Heseltine, former Private Secretary to the Queen, 67; Lord Lane, former Lord Chief Justice of England, 79; The Right Rev David Lunn, Bishop of Sheffield, 67; Lord Patten, former MP, 52; Dr Marjorie Reeves, historian, 92; Mr Andrew Robathan MP, 46; Mr Peter Sissons, television presenter and newscaster, 55; Mr Wayne Sleep, dancer and choreographer, 49; Lt-Col Sir Blair Stewart-Wilson, an extra equerry to the Queen, 68; Sir Kenneth Stowe, former senior civil servant, 70; Mr Donald Sutherland, actor, 62; Mr Bob Taylor, cricketer, 56; Sir David West-Russell, former judge and president of Industrial Tribunals, 76; Mr P.D.V. Wilkes, Headmaster, Cheltenham College, 56; Mr Terrel Wyatt, chairman, W.S. Atkins Ltd., 70.
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