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John Aston

(b. 1942)


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John Aston (c. 1355—1402) Lollard preacher

Aston John

Aston [Ashton], John (d. in or before 1407), Lollard preacher

WILLIAMS, John (born 1968), Director, Aston Rose Chartered Surveyors, since 2000

AUSTIN, John Michael (1939 - 2007), Bishop Suffragan of Aston, 1992–2005

ASTON, William (John) (1916 - 1997), JP; Speaker, House of Representatives, Australia, 1967–73

HOSKYNS, John Leigh (1817 - 1911), JP; Rector of Aston Tyrrold, Berks, from 1845; Rural Dean of Wallingford (retired); Hon. Canon of Christ Church

BARTON, (Charles) John Greenwood (born 1936), Archdeacon of Aston, 1990–2003; Priest-in-charge, St Peter, Bickenhill, 2002–03

BRETT, Richard John (born 1947), General Manager, Age UK Torbay, since 2011; Consultant, Aston Group UK, since 2002 (Director, 2000–01; Joint Managing Director, 2001–02)

PARNABY, John (1937 - 2011), Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, BPSE Ltd, since 1998; Chairman, Aston University Day Hospital (formerly Academy of Life Sciences Ltd), since 2003

FLOOD, John Edward (1925 - 2011), Professor of Electrical Engineering, 1965–90, then Emeritus, and Head of Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, 1967–81 and 1983–89, University of Aston in Birmingham

HANNON, Patrick Joseph Henry (1874 - 1963), Vice-President, Commonwealth-Industries Association and of Federation British Industries; Deputy Chairman, Sheffields Ltd; late Deputy Chairman Birmingham Small Arms Group of Companies and Daimler Company; late Director James Booth & Co. Ltd; Member Dollar Exports Council; President: Aston Villa Football Club; Midland Assoc. of Building Societies; Past President: Ideal Benefit Society; Birmingham Boys’ and Girls’ Union; Society of Commercial Accountants; Member Court of Governors, Birmingham University; Governor John Fisher School; Vice-President and Member Council, Birmingham Chamber of Commerce; late Member Post Office Advisory Council; Vice-President Royal Eye Hospital, SE1; Hon. Treasurer, Apostleship of the Sea; late Public Morality Council; Chairman Political Committee Constitutional Club, 1927–36 (Chairman of Club, 1936–55, Vice-President, 1955–); late Chairman, Political Cttee Carlton Club

 

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B. 1 July 1942, Oldbury, near Birmingham, Warwickshire, England. Aston gained his first musical inspiration from his parents who both sang old-time music hall hits and popular songs of the ...

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