Person    | Male  Born 18/3/1952  Died 13/1/1979

Adrian Brunswick

Adrian Brunswick

At the time of his death Brunswick was a landscape architect involved in the creation of Burgess Park, living at Southwood Avenue, N6, single, aged 20-30. See Geoffrey Mills for details.

Andrew Behan has researched this man: Adrian Kenneth Brunswick was born on 18 March 1952 in Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, the son of Kenneth Gordon Brunswick (1924-1992) and Audrey D. Brunswick née Tee (b.1924). He died, aged 26 years, on 13 January 1979 in an air crash at Biggin Hill, Bromley. Probate records show that his home address had been 98 Taverners Road, Peterborough and his estate totalled £20,747. Telephone directories show that his father had been a subscriber at this address from 1958 and prior to that date at 34 Northfield Street, Peterborough.

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Adrian Brunswick

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Burgess Park designers - 1979 air crash

Geoffrey Mills was the pilot - see his page for more details. Our information...

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