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Derek Nightingale (Chatham 49)

Derek writes, “A highlight of last year was the Roxburgh Society lunch on 16 June 2019, when those who had known JF were invited to attend. An excelle...
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Jock Asbury-Bailey (Walpole 47)

Jock celebrated his 90th birthday in 2019, largely with a magnificent party put on for him by St Edmund’s School Canterbury where he spent all of his ...
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Prof John Nye (Cobham 41)

26 February 1923 – 8 January 2019 Internationally renowned physicist, John, died a month before his 96th birthday. After Stowe, John went up to Cambr...
Steve Ausnit

Mr Steve Ausnit (Cobham 42)

21 March 1924 – 8 November 2019 Anthony Wallersteiner presenting Steve with the American Worthies Award Steve was one of the Old Stoic Society’...
Nigel Seely

Sir Nigel Seely (Temple 42)

28 July 1923 – 25 April 2019 Nigel was a leading player in the fast-moving London advertising scene of the 1960s and 1970s after a first career as a ...
John Richardson

Sir John Richardson (Chatham 42)

6 February 1924 – 12 March 2019 John was arguably Britain’s most distinguished Art Historian. His achievements have been recognised in the award of F...
Cecil Woolf with the bust of Virginia Woolf located in Tavistock Square garden, dedicated in 2004

Mr Cecil Woolf (Chandos 44)

20 February 1927 – 10 June 2019 Publisher and Editor Cecil, was a nephew of Virginia and Leonard Woolf and the last person to have known Virginia Woo...
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Geoffrey Norton (Chatham 49)

In October 1918, the 1/5th Battalion York and Lancaster Regiment was ordered to capture the village of Haspres, north-east of Cambrai in France. The A...
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Derek Nightingale (Chatham 49)

Derek writes, “2018 was a difficult year for my wife, who broke a kneecap in a fall in Vienna in April, whilst we were on the annual organ tour with O...
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John Lindgren (Bruce 49)

John enjoyed the Stowe at Trinity (Cambridge) day, going with Jock Asbury-Bailey (Walpole 47), where they enjoyed hearing the Headmaster describe the ...