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Francis Jackson

(b. 1917)


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KNIGHT, W(illiam) F(rancis) Jackson (1895 - 1964), Reader in Classical Literature, Univ. of Exeter, 1942–September 1961, retired

JACKSON, Francis Alan (born 1917), Organist and Master of the Music, York Minster, 1946–82, Organist Emeritus, since 1988

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JACKSON, Edward Francis (1915 - 1989), Director, Oxford University Institute of Economics and Statistics, and Professorial Fellow of St Antony’s College, Oxford, 1959–82

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CARTER, Francis Jackson (1899 - 1999), Under-Secretary of State of Tasmania and Clerk of Executive Council, also Permanent Head of Premier’s and Chief Secretary’s Department, 1953–64

McKERROW, Ronald Brunlees (1872 - 1940), Hon. Secretary Bibliographical Society (later jointly with F. C. Francis); editor of The Review of English Studies since 1925 and of the Library, 1934–37; Director of Sidgwick & Jackson, Ltd, publishers, from incorporation in 1908, and a Managing Director since 1917

 

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(b Malton, 1917).

Eng. organist, composer, and conductor. Org., Malton church 1933–40; org. and master of the mus., York Minster 1946–82. Comps. incl. monodramas (spkr., ch., and orch.); org. sonatas; Variations on a Theme by Vaughan Williams; sym. in D minor (orch.); and numerous org. pieces, anthems, canticles, etc. OBE 1978. CBE 2007.

Subjects: Music.


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