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Caroline Benn died of cancer on 22 November 2000, aged 74, after a prominent career as an educationalist.
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Benn met Caroline Middleton DeCamp ( born 13 October 1926, Cincinnati, Ohio ) over tea at Worcester College in 1949 and nine days later he proposed to her on a park bench in the city.
Born in Hammersmith, London, Hilary Benn is a fourth generation MP as the second son of former Labour Cabinet Minister Tony Benn and educationalist Caroline Benn.
When Benn's wife Caroline Benn died of cancer in November 2000, Heffer wrote a tribute to Benn in the Daily Mail.
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The children were: Jenny Caroline ( m. Longuet ; 1844 – 83 ); Jenny Laura ( m. Lafargue ; 1845 – 1911 ); Edgar ( 1847 – 1855 ); Henry Edward Guy (" Guido "; 1849 – 1850 ); Jenny Eveline Frances (" Franziska "; 1851 – 52 ); Jenny Julia Eleanor ( 1855 – 98 ) and one more who died before being named ( July 1857 ).
Born near Lexington, Kentucky to Carter Henry Harrison II and Caroline Russell, he was only a few months old when his father died.
The native tradition of Latin music which Byrd had done so much to keep alive more or less died with him, while consort music underwent a huge change of character at the hands of a new generation of professional musicians at the Jacobean and Caroline courts.
His father died when he was a baby and his mother, Caroline Harris, was a stage actress, so he worked in theatres in his early days, between schooling, doing " walk-ons ".
In 1817, Caroline was devastated when her daughter Charlotte died in childbirth ; she heard the news from a passing courier as George had refused to write and tell her.
Her father was the ruler of one of the smallest German states ; he died of smallpox at the age of 32, when Caroline was three years old.
He died in the house of his mistress Sophia Caroline Booth in Cheyne Walk, Chelsea on 19 December 1851.
On May 10, 1863, Confederate Lieutenant General Thomas " Stonewall " Jackson died of complications from pneumonia at the Chandler plantation in Guinea Station ( also known as Guiney's Station ), in the unincorporated Caroline County community of Woodford.
However, she was never the Viscountess Melbourne because she died before Melbourne succeeded to the peerage ; hence, she is known to history as Lady Caroline Lamb.
She was the second of five children ; her siblings were Mary Amelia, who went blind ; Caroline Celestia, Charles Frederick, who died in infancy, and Grace Pearl.
In particular, the appendix reveals that Caroline Compson died in 1933, upon which Jason had Benjy committed to the state asylum ; fired the black servants ; sold the last of the Compson land ; and moved into an apartment above his farming supply store.
William ( 8 October 1831 – 15 May 1834 ) who died as an infant, and a daughter, Lady Louisa Caroline ( d. 21 September 1907 ), who married Admiral the Honourable Francis Egerton.
Caroline Cameron Gull was born in 1851 at Guy ’ s Hospital and died in 1929 ; she married Theodore Dyke Acland MD ( Oxon.
Frances was named after English novelist Frances ( Fanny ) Burney, the American poet Frances Osgood, and her sister who had died the previous year, Caroline Elizabeth.
* Lord Henry FitzRoy ( 9 April 1770 – 7 June 1828 ), clergyman ; he married Caroline Pigot ( died 1 January 1835 ) on 10 September 1800 and had five children.
Caroline Astor spent her last several years suffering from periodic dementia, and she died at age 78 in 1908 and was interred in the Trinity Church Cemetery located in the far northern section of Manhattan.
The poet Caroline Anne Bowles ( 1786 – 1854 ) was born at Buckland Manor and died at Buckland Cottage.
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On 22 October 1975, Hugh and Antonia Fraser, together with Caroline Kennedy, who was visiting them at their Holland Park home, in Kensington, west London, were almost blown up by an IRA car bomb placed under the wheels of his Jaguar, which had been triggered to go off at 9 am when he left the house ; the bomb exploded killing a noted cancer researcher, Gordon Hamilton-Fairley.
Caroline is locked in the cupboard by Duncan Phipps after a bungled robbery at Dural and Irene tells Fiona that she has cancer.
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Into Washington on President-elect John F. Kennedy's Convair, the Caroline, winged Actor-Crooner Frank Sinatra and his close Hollywood pal, Cinemactor Peter Lawford, Jack Kennedy's brother-in-law.
* 1989 – Raid on offshore pirate station, Radio Caroline in the North Sea by British and Dutch governments.
In Turin on 29 September 1781 ( by proxy ) and again in Dresden on 24 October 1781 ( in person ), Anton married firstly with the Princess Caroline of Savoy ( Maria Carolina Antonietta Adelaida ), daughter of the King Victor Amadeus III of Sardinia and Maria Antonietta of Spain.
Fuller was born on July 12, 1895, in Milton, Massachusetts, the son of Richard Buckminster Fuller and Caroline Wolcott Andrews, and also the grandnephew of the American Transcendentalist Margaret Fuller.
The album, titled Pretty on the Inside, was released in August 1991 on Caroline Records, produced by Gordon and Gumball's Don Fleming.
* God's Perfect Child: Living and Dying in the Christian Science Church by Caroline Fraser ( 2000 ), a biography of Mary Baker Eddy and a history of the Christian Science church from its founding to the present day, with a detailed section on the " child cases " of the 1980s.
The Federated States of Micronesia are located on the Caroline Islands in the western Pacific Ocean.
In Vienna on 26 September 1819 ( by proxy ) and again in Dresden on 7 October 1819 ( in person ), Frederick Augustus married firstly with the Archduchess Maria Caroline of Austria ( Maria Karoline Ferdinande Theresia Josephine Demetria ), daughter of Emperor Francis I of Austria.
Christmas Island is in the world's farthest forward time zone, UTC + 14, and Christmas Island is one of the first inhabited places on Earth to experience the New Year each year ( see also Caroline Atoll, Kiribati ).
It was released by EMI Records, on their Columbia label, in December and was championed by the offshore radio station Radio Caroline.
The film was directed by Henry Selick and written by Caroline Thompson, based on Burton's original story, world and characters.
In 1891, First Lady Caroline Harrison proposed major extensions to the White House, including a National Wing on the east for an historical art gallery, and a wing on the west for official functions.
Her wish was granted at Caroline's marriage in 1816, when Wordsworth settled £ 30 annually on Caroline, a generous allowance (£ 1, 360 purchasing power in year 2000 pounds sterling ) that continued until 1835, when it was replaced by a capital settlement.
Howard Jones, who had recently left his job as manager of The Haçienda, producer Martin Hannett, and Tim Chambers agreed to work with the band on an album, setting up Thin Line Records to release it, with Jones taking on management of the band, although they had already made a similar agreement with Caroline Reed in London.
In 1991, Enfield played Dermot in the sitcom Men Behaving Badly along with Martin Clunes, Caroline Quentin and Leslie Ash, originally on Thames Television.
Honecker was born on Max-Braun-Straße in Neunkirchen, now Saarland, as the son of Wilhelm Honecker, a coal miner and political activist, who in 1905 had married Caroline Catharina Weidenhof.
* Caroline Alexander, The Bounty: The True Story of the Mutiny on the Bounty, Viking Penguin, 2003, hardcover, 512 pages, ISBN 0-670-03133-X
* A British steamer named SS Sir Robert Peel, based in Canada, was burned by American forces on 29 May 1838, at the height of American-Canadian tensions over the Caroline Affair.