Royal Marines personnel

Posted Oct 26, 2009
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  1. Geoffrey Palmer

    Geoffrey Palmer


    Geoffrey Dyson Palmer, OBE (born 4 June 1927) is an English actor known for his roles in British television sitcoms playing Jimmy Anderson in The Fall and Rise of Reginald Perrin, Ben Parkinson in Butterflies and Lionel Hardcastle in As Time Goes By.

  2. Tip Tipping

    Tip Tipping


    Timothy Tipping (13 February 1958 – 5 February 1993), better known as Tip Tipping, was an English film and television stuntman and actor.

  3. Robin Birley (archaeologist)

    Robin Birley (archaeologist)


    Robin Edgar Birley (born 19 January 1935) is a British archaeologist. He was formerly the Director of Excavations at the Roman site of Vindolanda, and now heads the Vindolanda research committee. He is the son of the Wall scholar Eric Birley and brother to Anthony Birley. His wife Patricia Birley and son Andrew Birley are also published authors on Roman Vindolanda.

  4. Bob Parr

    Bob Parr


    Robert Michael "Bob" Parr (born June 1957) is an English-born New Zealander, television personality and private security contractor best known for his role as Team Leader and Executive Producer of "Shadow Force" on the History Channel. Bob has also won six Emmy Awards for his work with The Amazing Race, and was twice honored at a national level for gallantry and outstanding military service.

  5. Fred Leamon

    Fred Leamon


    Frederick William 'Fred' Leamon (11 May 1919–29 July 1981) was a professional footballer, who played in The Football League for Newport County, Bristol Rovers and Brighton & Hove Albion, as well as an international bowls player.

  6. Michael Husbands

    Michael Husbands


    Michael Husbands (born 13 November 1983) is a footballer who plays as a winger and forward.

  7. Angus Montagu, 12th Duke of Manchester

    Angus Montagu, 12th Duke of Manchester


    Angus Charles Drogo Montagu, 12th Duke of Manchester (9 October 1938 in Kimbolton Castle, Huntingdonshire – 25 July 2002) was a British hereditary peer. Until he inherited the dukedom in 1985, he was known by the courtesy title of Lord Angus Montagu.

  8. Bill Smith (footballer born 1926)

    Bill Smith (footballer born 1926)


    William Henry Smith (7 September 1926 - December 2014) was a former English professional footballer born in Plymouth, Devon, who played as a forward or wing half. He made 237 appearances and scored 40 goals in the Football League playing for Reading, Northampton Town, Birmingham City, Blackburn Rovers and Accrington Stanley.

  9. Disappearance of Royal Marine Alan Addis

    Disappearance of Royal Marine Alan Addis


    Alan Addis (born 14 July 1961) was a British serviceman who disappeared in mysterious circumstances in August 1980 while serving with the Royal Marines in the Falkland Islands. It was initially suggested that Marine Addis had drowned in an accident, but it is now widely believed that he was unlawfully killed. Police investigations have resulted in arrests, but no one has ever been charged in connection with his disappearance and his body has never been found.

  10. David Squibb

    David Squibb


    David Squibb (born 28 November 1935- 21 April 2010) was the head of music at Trinity School of John Whitgift. He is most known for founding Trinity School Boys' Choir, one of the busiest and most successful school choirs in the world. It has a high professional profile, both in the UK and abroad. Members have appeared at Glyndebourne, the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, English National Opera and many opera houses abroad, including the Aix-en-Provence Festival, the Opera Comique, Paris, and La Fenice, Venice. The choir is well known for its part in Britten's A Midsummer Night's Dream in which they have appeared in over one hundred and fifty professional performances, and they feature in the Warner DVD and Virgin Classics CD.

  11. Thomas Legg

    Thomas Legg


    Sir Thomas Stuart Legg, KCB, QC (born 1935) is a senior former British civil servant, who was Permanent Secretary of the Lord Chancellor's Department and Clerk of the Crown in Chancery, United Kingdom (1989-98).

  12. Anthony Sawyer

    Anthony Sawyer


    Anthony Sawyer (born April 29, 1980 in Bristol, England) is a British skeleton racer. He competed in Decathlon for England at the 2002 Commonwealth Games in Manchester. The same year he began competing in skeleton.

  13. Keith Brown (politician)

    Keith Brown (politician)


    Keith James Brown (born 20 December 1961) is a Scottish politician and former Royal Marine who has been the Cabinet Secretary for Infrastructure, Investment and Cities since 2014. As a member of the Scottish National Party (SNP), he was elected to the Scottish Parliament to represent the Ochil constituency at the 2007 election. In the 2011 election, Brown won re-election to the Scottish Parliament, representing the newly created Clackmannanshire and Dunblane constituency.

  14. Brandon Thomas

    Brandon Thomas


    Walter Brandon Thomas (24 December 1848 – 19 June 1914) was an English actor, playwright and song writer, best known as the author of the farce Charley's Aunt.

  15. Mick Dawson (Royal Marine Commando)

    Mick Dawson (Royal Marine Commando)


    Mick Dawson (born in June 1964 in Boston, Lincolnshire, England) is a former Royal Marine Commando, film maker, professional sailor and adventurer. He is best known for rowing the Pacific Ocean with friend and fellow ocean rower Chris Martin in a new state of the art vessel, Bojangles, which Mick built. In 2009, they completed their 7,000 mi (11,000 km) voyage in 189 days 10 hours and 55 minutes; a world first and earning a place in the Guinness Book of records.

  16. John Hale (Canadian politician)

    John Hale (Canadian politician)


    John Hale (1765 – 24 December 1838) was a member of the Legislative Council of Lower Canada.

  17. Mike Rendell

    Mike Rendell


    Michael Rendell (born 1944) is a British-born Falkland Islands politician and former Royal Marine who served as a Member of the Legislative Assembly for the Camp constituency from 2005 until 2009. Rendell was elected as a Member of the Legislative Council, which was reconstitution into the Legislative Assembly with the implementation of the 2009 Constitution.

  18. Trevor Aston

    Trevor Aston

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    Trevor Henry Aston (14 June 1925 – 17 October 1985) was a British historian and academic at the University of Oxford. He was a tutor in history and fellow of Corpus Christi College, Oxford from 1952 to 1985. In addition, he served as Keeper of the Archives of the University of Oxford from 1969 to 1985.

  19. John James Jackson

    John James Jackson

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    John James Jackson (born 11 April 1977 in Bishop Auckland, England) is a British bobsledder and Royal Marines commando.

  20. Stuart Elwell

    Stuart Elwell


    Stuart Elwell (born 14 December 1977) is a professional boxer from Darlaston in the Black Country, England.

  21. Kenneth Lomas

    Kenneth Lomas


    Kenneth Lomas (16 November 1922 – 15 July 2000) was a British Labour Party politician.

  22. Edward Graham, Baron Graham of Edmonton

    Edward Graham, Baron Graham of Edmonton

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    Thomas Edward Graham, Baron Graham of Edmonton, PC (born 26 March 1925) is an English Labour Co-operative politician.

  23. Bryan Cowgill

    Bryan Cowgill


    Bryan Cowgill (27 May 1927 – 14 July 2008) was a British television executive. He was Head of Sport for BBC Television from 1963 to 1973, Controller of BBC 1 from 1973 to 1977, and Managing Director of Thames Television from 1977 to 1985.

  24. Robert Hawker

    Robert Hawker


    Robert Hawker (1753–1827) was an Anglican priest in Devon vicar of Charles Church, Plymouth. Called "Star of the West" for his popular preaching, he was known as an evangelical and author. The Cornish poet Robert Stephen Hawker was his grandson.

  25. Ken Sprague

    Ken Sprague


    Ken Sprague (1927–2004) was an English socialist political cartoonist, journalist and activist, involved in trade union, civil rights and peace movements. In later life he was also a TV presenter and a psychotherapist.

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