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Mary Wells

(1943—1992)


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WARD, Charles Leslie (1916 - 1994), Canon Treasurer of Wells and Rev. Rev. Prebendary of Warminster in Wells Cathedral, 1978–85, then Canon Emeritus; Hon. Assistant, St Mary’s, Charlton Kings, Cheltenham, since 1993

BAYLIS, Lilian Mary (1874 - 1937), Lessee and Manager, Old Vic Theatre, SE1, and Sadler’s Wells, EC1; British

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WILLIAMS, Helen Mary (born 1950), Director, School Curriculum and Pupil Well-Being, Department for Education (formerly Department for Education and Skills, then Department for Children, Schools and Families), 2006–11

ROBINSON, Harold Roper (1889 - 1955), Hon. Fellow of Indian Assoc. for the Cultivation of Sciences, 1943; Professor Emeritus of Physics, University of London; Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Univ. of London, March-June 1954; Vice-Chancellor, June 1954–October 1955; Fellow, Queen Mary Coll., 1955; Mem. of Governing Body, Old Vic; Vice-President and Hon. Life Member, Vic-Wells Assoc

 

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B. 13 May 1943, Detroit, Michigan, USA, d. 26 July 1992, Los Angeles, California, USA. At the age of 17, Mary Wells composed ‘Bye Bye Baby’, a song which she ...

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