Colleges, Halls, and Societies

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OBITUARIES

All Souls College, Brasenose College, and Trinity College

PETER BRIAN HERRENDEN BIRKS, QC, MA, DCL, FBA, 6 July 2004; commoner, Trinity College, 1961--4, Honorary Fellow from 1994; Law Fellow, Brasenose College, 1971--81; Regius Professor of Civil Law and Fellow of All Souls College, 1989-- 2004.

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Christ Church

MICHAEL JOHN COMBER, 29 June 2004; Lecturer in Classics.

DR JAMES COFFIN HARLE, 27 June 2004; commoner 1954, Student and member of Governing Body 1970–87, Emeritus Student from 1987; Keeper, Department of Eastern Art, Ashmolean Museum, 1967–87. Aged 84.

Corrigendum

Due to a misunderstanding, an obituary notice for Mr Carlo Seidel was published in the Gazette of 18 March 2004 (p. 759).

The college apologises to Mr Seidel for this most regrettable error.

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Magdalen College

ROBERT WILLIAM BURCHFIELD, 5 July 2004; Rhodes Scholar 1949–51, Lecturer in English 1952–3. Aged 81.

(ARTHUR) RICHARD JACKSON, 29 February 2004; commoner 1934–7. Aged 87.

PEARSON MOYO NHERERE, 1 July 2003; Rhodes Scholar 1985–7. Aged 42.

ROGER PULBROOK, 16 September 2003; commoner 1933–7. Aged 88.

JASPER GODWIN RIDLEY, 1 July 2004; commoner 1938–9. Aged 84.

MICHAEL CHARLES SANDERS, 30 May 2004; commoner 1932–3. Aged 91.

SIMON TAIT; commoner 1950–3.

JAMES STEWART TAYLOR, 8 April 2004; commoner 1953–7. Aged 71.

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St Anne's College

THE REVEREND MOTHER MARY VERENA VIOLET HOLLAND, 19 January 1986; Home-Student 1930--3 and 1939. Aged 84.

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St Hugh's College

MISS SYLVIA BOYD ANDREWS, 28 May 2004; Zoology 1934. Aged 89.

MRS MARGARETHA HERMINA BROOKING-CLARK (née Ledeboer), 26 May 2004; Modern History 1938. Aged 86.

SISTER EILEEN ANNIE FACON, 21 June 2004; Classics 1927.

MISS EDITH JACKSON, 26 May 2004; Classics 1934. Aged 89.

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Somerville College

AGATHA RAMM, 13 July 2003; Fellow 1952–81, Emeritus Fellow.

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MEMORIAL EVENT

Lincoln College

A Memorial Event for NORMAN GEORGE HEATLEY, formerly Fellow and Honorary Fellow of the college, will be held at 2.30 p.m. on Saturday, 18 September, in the Lecture Theatre, the Medical Sciences Teaching Centre, the Sir William Dunn School of Pathology. The Memorial Event is organised by Lincoln College and the Sir William Dunn School of Pathology.

Admission will be by free ticket, obtainable from Susan Harrison (telephone: Oxford (2)85751).

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