Casey, Richard Gavin Gardiner (1890-1976), Baron Casey, politician in Australia and diplomatist

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Casey, Richard Gavin Gardiner (1890-1976), Baron Casey, politician in Australia and diplomatist

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        1890-1976

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        Created Baron Casey of Berwick and the City of Westminster (a life peerage), 1960

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        Governor of Bengal, 1944-6

        Minister for External Affairs in the Government of Australia, 1951-60

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        Trinity College, Cambridge (Founded 1546)

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        Admitted as a pensioner, 1 Oct. 1910

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        Casey, Ethel Marian Sumner (1891-1983), writer and artist, wife of Baron Casey (1891-1983)

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        Casey, Ethel Marian Sumner (1891-1983), writer and artist, wife of Baron Casey is the spouse of Casey, Richard Gavin Gardiner (1890-1976), Baron Casey, politician in Australia and diplomatist

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        1926 - ?

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            Oxford Dictionary of National Biography

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