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Harold Fielding

(1916—2003)


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Metcalfe, Ralph Harold (1910 - 1978), Track and Field Athlete, U.S. Representative, Olympic Medalist

FARRER, Harold Marson (1882 - 1943), Senior Partner of Farrer & Co., Solicitors, Lincoln’s Inn Fields, WC2

FIELDING, Harold Ormandy (1912 - 1987), Archdeacon of Rochdale, 1972–82; Archdeacon Emeritus since 1982; Vicar of St Peter, Bolton, 1965–83

PEAKE, Harold John Edward (1867 - 1946), Vice-President of the Royal Anthropological Institute; President of the Newbury District Field Club; President of the Newbury District Hospital; Chairman of the Governors of the Newbury Grammar School; Corresponding Fellow of the Societa Romana di Antropologia

DRAYTON, Harold Charles (Harley Drayton) (died 1966), Chairman: Antofagasta (Chili) & Bolivia Railway Company Ltd; The British Electric Traction Company Ltd; Mitchell Cotts Group Ltd; Provincial Newspapers Ltd; Director: British Insulated Callender’s Cables Ltd; Consolidated Gold Fields Ltd; Midland Bank Ltd; The Standard Bank Ltd, etc

Alexander, Harold Rupert Leofric George (1891 - 1969), PC 1952; PC (Can.) 1952, Field Marshal; HM Lieutenant, Greater London, 1965–66 (of County of London, 1957–65); Grand Master of the Order of St Michael and St George, 1960–67 (Chancellor, 1956–60); Constable, HM Tower of London, 1960–65

 

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B. 4 December 1916, Woking, Surrey, England, d. 27 September 2003, Surrey, England. A leading producer of stage musicals from the 50s through to the 80s, Fielding has presented, or ...

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