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Holmes Walter

Walter Holmes Born in 1892, his father was a long-standing and loyal member of the ASE. The young Walter was imprisoned for conscientious objection, from 1916-19. Holmes had been directly involved in working with Sylvia Pankhurst […]

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Horn Joshua (Dr)

Dr. Joshua Samuel Horn Joshua Horn started life as a poor boy, born in London in 1914, of parents who were refugees from the Russian pogroms. Horn studied medicine by way of a scholarship at University College, […]

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Hutt Avis

  Avis Hutt   Avis Hutt was a foundling, left outside Paddington work house in 1917, and taken in as a baby. Her adoptive parents were a barmaid  called Elizabeth and a pawn shop worker named […]

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Hutton (Mennell) Bill

Bill Hutton William Hutton was better known as Bill Mennell or William Mennell and he was the Daily Worker’s economic affairs correspondent for over twenty years. Bill Hutton was born in Tadcaster in Yorkshire around […]

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Huxstable John

John Huxstable Having joined the Electricians Trade Union “when a boy”, Huxstable had held many offices in the union before the anti-communist bans took effect. He was closely concerned with the dispute with the electricity […]

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Burns Emile

Emile Burns Bernard Emile Vivian Burns was born on 16 April 1889 in St Kitts in the then British West Indies, the sixth child and the fifth son of James Burns, the Harbour Master and […]