Air Chief Marshal Sir John Aiken, 71; Sir Douglas Brown, High Court judge, 61; Dr Alan Bush, composer, conductor and pianist, 92; Mr Robin Corbett MP, 59; Viscount Davidson, former government whip, 64; Mr Noel Edmonds, television presenter, 44; Mr Maurice Gibb, member of the Bee Gees pop group, 43; Mr Robin Gibb, member of the Bee Gees pop group, 43; Miss Patricia Hayes, actress, 83; Mrs Karin Jonzen, sculptor, 78; Dr Judith McClure, headmistress, the Royal School, Bath, 47; Mr Michael Molloy, former Editor-in-Chief, the Mirror Group, 52; Mr Chris Old, former England cricketer, 44; The Rev Lord Sandford, former government minister, 72; Lord Stott, former Senator of the College of Justice in Scotland, 83; The Duke of Westminster, pro- chancellor, Keele University, 41; Colonel William Whitbread, former president, Whitbread and Co, 92; Mr Ken Whitmore, playwright, 53; Sir Peregrine Worsthorne, journalist, 69.