Person    | Male  Born 22/3/1903  Died 11/7/1984

Admiral Sir Caspar John

Categories: Armed Forces

Born 18 Fitzroy Street. Pioneer in the fleet air arm. British first sea lord from 1960 -1963. Invested as Knight Grand Cross, Order of the Bath (G.C.B.) 1960. Died Hayle, Cornwall.

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Admiral Sir Caspar John

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Sir Jacob Epstein - Roper's Garden

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William Hew Clark-Kennedy, VC

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Admiralty of the Maze

Admiralty of the Maze

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Group, Armed Forces, Netherlands

1 memorial
Second Lieutenant James Clive Ellis

Second Lieutenant James Clive Ellis

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War dead, WW1
1 memorial