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Walter Kent

(1911—1994)


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WILLIAMS, Walter Kent (died 1914)

GRAHAM, Charles Walter (1893 - 1916), Royal Naval Air Station, Eastchurch, Kent

Bligh, Ivo Francis Walter (1859 - 1927), DL, late Hon. Colonel 4th Battalion Volunteer Royal West Kent Regiment; Irish Representative Peer; County Alderman for Kent

WELLS, Stanley Walter (1887 - 1975), Major; owner and controller laundry businesses in Kent, since 1920

WHITEHOUSE, Walter Alexander (1915 - 2003), Professor of Theology, University of Kent, 1965–77; Master of Eliot College, University of Kent, 1965–69, and 1973–75

KENT, Walter George (1858 - 1938), Chairman of George Kent, Ltd, London and Luton; President, Luton Division Conservative Association; Chairman, Mundakayam Rubber Co.; Chairman, Stanmore (Anamallay) Estates, Ltd

CHAMBERLAIN, Francis Walter (1892 - 1970), DL, JP Kent; Officer of Crown of Italy; Partner, Chamberlain & Co., Solicitors, Lincoln’s Inn

HARRIS, Walter Henry (1851 - 1922), JP Surrey and Kent; one of HM Lieutenants for City of London; Director Neath and Brecon Railway Company

ARMYTAGE, Walter Harry Green (1915 - 1998), Professor of Education, University of Sheffield, 1954–82, then Emeritus Professor; Gerald Read Professor of Education, Kent State University, Ohio, 1982–85

LINDLEY-JONES, Walter (1863 - 1930), Founder and Editor, The Mercantile Guardian, The Mercantile Year Book and Directory of Exporters, etc.; Member Common Council of the City of London since 1912; Deputy of Ward of Bishopsgate; Chairman, Streets Committee, 1917; Peace Reception Committee, 1919; Improvements and Finance Committee, 1923 and 1924, Gresham Committee, 1923, and Epping Forest Committee, 1926 and 1927; a Trustee of the Crystal Palace; Member Kent County Council, 1919–28; Mayor of Bromley, Kent, 1913–17; Chief Organiser, Department of the Controller of Paper (Board of Trade), 1918; Past Master of Worshipful Company of Turners, 1920; one of HM’s Lieutenants of the City of London

 

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B. 29 November 1911, New York City, New York, d. 1 March 1994, Los Angeles, California, USA. A composer of numerous songs, mainly for movies in the 30s and 40s. ...

Subjects: Music.


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