Saturday 22 February 1997
TODAY: The Duke of Beaufort, art dealer, 69; Mr Jermyn Brooks, chairman, Price Waterhouse Europe, 58; Mr Jim Cousins MP, 53; Lady Digby, former chairman, Southern Regional Advisory Board, 63; Lord Ezra, former chairman, Coal Board, 78; Mr Peter Fonda, actor, 57; Mr Frank Gerstenberg, Principal, George Watson's College, 56; Miss Sylvie Guillem, ballerina, 32; Mrs Maureen Hicks, former MP, 49; Mr Nicholas Kenyon, Controller, BBC Radio 3, 46; Mr John Lewis, Head Master, Eton College, 55; Mr Anton Mosimann, chef, 50; Mr Martindale Sidwell, conductor and organist, 81; Lord Tugendhat, chairman, Abbey National, 60; Mr David Ward, former President of the Law Society, 60; The Right Rev Dom Aelred Watkin, former Abbot of Glastonbury, 79.
TOMORROW: The Right Rev Jonathan Bailey, Bishop of Derby, 57; Miss Inge Bernstein, circuit judge, 66; Sir William Blackburne, High Court judge, 53; Professor Eric Boyland, biochemist, 92; Mr Brian Close, former England cricket captain, 66; Dr Lionel Dakers, former Director, Royal School of Church Music, 73; Mr Reginald Freeson, former government minister, 71; Mr Richard Hamilton, painter, 75; Maj-Gen David Houston, Lord-Lieutenant of Sutherland, 68; Mr Paul Jones, actor and singer, 55; Mr David Langdon, cartoonist, 83; Mr Denis Law, footballer, 57; M Michel Legrand, composer and conductor, 65; Lord Melchett, conservationist, 49; Mr Peter Owen, publisher, 70; Admiral Sir William Pillar, former Lieutenant Governor of Jersey, 73; Mr Alain Prost, motor-racing champion, 42; Mr Derek Randall, cricketer, 46; The Rev Kathleen Richardson, former President, Methodist Conference, 59; Sir Frank Rogers, former deputy chairman, The Telegraph plc, 77; Mr Dennis Waterman, actor, 49; Mr Jerry Wiggin MP, 60.
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