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Death: George Thorn-Drury (1931)
389099Death: George Thorn-Drury1931

THORN-DRURY.—On Wednesday, Jan. 14, 1931, very suddenly at 42, Roland-gardens, S.W.7, George Thorn-Drury, K.C., Recorder of Dover, Funeral to-morrow (Saturday), at St. Stephen's Canterbury, at 12 o'clock.

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