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 Peter John Mitchell Thomas, Baron Thomas of Gwydir, died on February 4th, 2008. He was 87.
 He was born on July 31st, 1920 in Wales, and served during WWII, spending most of his service in a POW camp in Germany.
 In 1951, he was elected to Parliament as MP for Conway, and served until 1966. From 1959 to 1961, he served as junior minister at the Ministry of Labour, and as Under-Secretary of State at the Foreign Office during the early 1960s. He was Minister of State for Foreign Affairs from 1963 to 1964.
 He lost his seat in the 1966 election, but returned to Parliament as an MP for Hendon South in 1970, holding that seat until his retirement in 1987.
 He was Chairman of the Conservative Party from 1970 to 1972, and served as Secretary of State for Wales during the premiership of Edward Heath.
 He was awarded a life peerage as Baron Thomas of Gwydir, of Llanrwst in the County of Gwynedd in 1987.

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 Andrew Willoughby Ninian Bertie, 78th Grand Master of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta, died on Thursday in Rome. He was 78.
 He was born on May 15th, 1929 in London to the Honorable James Bertie and Lady Jean Crichton-Stuart. His paternal grandfather was Montagu Arthur Bertie, 7th Earl of Abingdon and his maternal grandfather was John Crichton-Stuart, 4th Marquess of Bute.
 He was admitted to the Sovereign Military Order of Malta in 1956. Later he took Perpetual Vows and in 1981 became a Religious member. also in that year, he joined the government of the Order, becoming a member of the Sovereign Council. In April 1988, he was elected the 78th Grand Master of the Order, his election being ratified by Pope John Paul II on the 11th of that month. He was Hospitaller of the Sanctuary of Lourdes.
 He was educated at Ampleforth College, a Catholic British school, and graduated in Modern History from Christ Church, Oxford. He also attended the School of Oriental and African Studies at the University of London. He served inm the Scots Guards from 1948 to 1950, becoming a commissioned officer in 1949. He later, after working in commercial business, taught modern languages, such as French and Spanish, for 23 years at Worth Abbey School, a Benedictine Roman Catholic high school in Sussex.
 He was made an honorary citizen of Rapallo in 1992, an honorary citizen of Veroli in 1993, an honorary citizen of Lourdes in 1999, an honorary citizen of Magione in 2002, an honorary citizen of Birgu and of Santa Severina in 2003. In Bolivia he was created Huesped Illustre (La Paz, El Alto, and Santa Cruz) in 2002. He recieved the Path to Peace Award in 2005 and the Matteo Ricci Award in 2006. Other awrds he was bestowed are the Collar of the Order Piano (Holy See), the Collar of the Italian Republic, the Grand Cross of the Legion d'Honneur, and more than 50 other decorations from various countries.
 In 1992, he was awarded an honorary doctorate in medicine and surgery from the University of Bologna. The following year, he was awarded an honorary doctorate in Jurisprudence from the University of Malta. He was awarded honorary doctorates in the Humanities from the University of Santo Domingo in 1995, and from the Universidad Catolica Boliviana San Pablo, Bolivia in 2002. In 2003, he was also awarded an honorary doctorate in Laws from St. John's University in Minnesota.
 Due to his death, Bailiff Fra Giacomo dalla Torre del Tempio di Sanguinetto has taken the position of Lieutenant ad interim until a new Grand Master can be elected by the Order and ratified by Pope Benedict XVI, which may occur in May, based on the time it took to elect Fra Bertie after the death of the previous Grand Master, Angelo de Mojana di Cologna.
 Fra Bertie never married, but did manage to have a younger brother. He was also the fourth cousin twice removed of HM Queen Elizabeth II by common descent from HM King George III and his wife Queen Charlotte Sophia.
 His full title was His Most Eminent Highness Fra Andrew Willoughby Ninian Bertie, Prince and Grand Master of the Sovereign Military Hospitaller Order of St. John of Jeusalem, of Rhodes and of Malta, Most Humble Guardian of the Poor of Jesus Christ.

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From Andrew Cusack:

http://www.andrewcusack.com/blog/2008/02/andrew_w_n_bertie.php

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May he rest in peace,God save the Hospitaller Knights!

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May he rest in peace and may light perpetual shine upon him.



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May he rest in peace. We should all pray for the repose of his soul.

I wonder who will succeed him.
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His Holiness Trichen Jurme Kunzang Wangyal, the 11th Mindrolling Trichen, died on February 9th, 2008. He was 78. He was born in Lumo-ra, Kham Province, in Eastern Tibet, to the 10th Mindrolling Trichen and his wife. After his father died he moved to Central Tibet and began his education in a monastery. More information about his education can be found in his Wikipedia article. In 1959 he escaped from Tibet to India to avoid the invading Chinese forces. Three years later, he was installed as the Mindrollin Trichen (1962). Over the following years, he worked with many other lamas, like, Dudjom Rinpoche, Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche, Rangjung Rigpe Dorje, the 16th Karmapa. In 1976, he moved with his family to Dehra Dun, India, to oversee the construction of the Mindrolling monastery there. His daughter, Khandro Rinpoche, is a famous female lama with a substantial following in the West. In 2003, the government-of-Tibet-in-exile asked His Holiness to become responsible for the Nyingma school of tibetan Buddhism as one of the main throne holders, as the previous head, Penor Rinpoche, was retiring. With the 11th Mindrolling Trichen's death, it is unclear who the new head of the Nyingma school will be, or who his successor as the 12th Mindrolling Trichen will be as well.


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Davina Marcia Herbert Ingrams, 18th Baroness Darcy de Knayth, died on February 24th, 2008. She was 69. She was born on July 10th, 1938. She served as a crossbench member of the House of Lords. She frequently spoke on matters relating to disabled people and was made a dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire for her services to disabled people. She has been succeeded as Baroness Darcy de Knayth by Caspar David Ingrams, 19th Baron Darcy de Knayth.


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 Francis Leslie Pym, Baron Pym, died on March 7th, 2008. He was 86. During his long political career, he held several Cabinet positions as a member of the Conservative Party.
 He was born on February 13th, 1922 at Penpergwm Lodge, near Abergavenny in Monmouthshire, and attended Eton and Magdalen College(Cambridge). During World War II he served on the North African and Italian fronts as a Captain in the 9th Lancers, being promoted to Major by the end of the war and receiving a Military Cross.
 He entered politics in 1959, running for the Rhonnda West constituency unsuccessfully, but was later elected as an MP for Cambridgeshire in 1961, holding the seat until 1983, when he was elected for Cambridgeshire South East, serving until he stood down in 1987.
 He was an opposition whip from 1964, later becoming Government Chief Whip and Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasury following Edward Heath's victory in the 1970 general election. In 1973 he was switched from those two positions to become Secretary of State for Northern Ireland, which he lost with the Labour victory in the 1974 elections. While in opposition, he served as Shadow Foreign Secretary from 1978 to 1979. After Margaret Thatcher's victory in the 1979 election, he became Secretary of State for Defence until 1981. In January of that year, he became Paymaster-General and Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, as well as Leader of the House of Commons. That September, he was transferred from the two former positions to become Lord President of the Council, which he served as until 1982. Upon the resignation of Lord Carrington as Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs following the Argentine invasion of the Falklands, Pym was promoted as his replacement. After Thatcher's victory in the 1983 elections, he was fired as Foreign Secretary.
 He was a leading Wet during the Thatcher ministry, and launched a group called Conservative Centre Forward shortly after the 1983 election, which argued for a One Nation Tory position. It failed. He later stood down from running for Parliament in the 1987 election.
 After leaving Parliament, he was created a life peer as Francis Leslie Pym, Baron Pym, of Sandy in the County of Bedfordshire.

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 Her Excellency Dona Luisa Isabel Alvarez de Toledo y Maura, 21st Duchess of Medina-Sidonia died on March 7th, 2008. She was 71. Her baptismal name was Luisa Isabel Maria del Carmen Cristina Rosalia Joaquina. She was a member of both the Spanish and Italian nobility.

 As the 21st duchess of Medina-Sidonia, she was a scion of one of the most prestigious noble families and Grandees of Spain. In addition to being the 21st Duchess of Medina-Sidonia, she was also 15th Duchess of Fernandina and Princess of Montalban, 17th Marchioness of Villafranca del Bierzo, 18th Marchioness of Los Velez, and was three times a Grandee of Spain.

 She was born on August 21st, 1936, in Estoril, Portugal, to HE Joaquin Alvarez de Toledo y Caro, 20th Duke of Medina-Sidonia, and his wife Maria del Carmen Maura. Maria del Carmen Maura was the daughter of Gabriel Maura Gamazo, 1st Duke of Maura, and his wife Julia Herrera, 5th Countess of La Mortera. The 1st Duke of Maura was the son of Antonio Maura, who was five times Prime Minister of Spain during the reign of Alfonso XIII.

 On July 16th, 1955, in Mortera, Cantabria, she married Jose Leoncio Gonzalez de Gregorio y Marti(b. 10/29/1930 Madrid), with whom she had two sons and a daughter.
  Her elder son, Leoncio Alonso Gonzalez de Gregorio y Alvarez de Toledo, was born on January 3rd, 1956, and was the hereditary Duke of Niebla until the death of his mother. He married Maria Montserrat Vinamata y Marotell(b. 1/15/1962 Barcelona), who was the daughter of the 23rd Countess of Alba de Liste, on December 12th, 1983, and has two children with her so far.
  Her daughter, Maria del Pilar Leticia Gonzalez de Gregorio y Alvarez de Toledo was born on January 10th, 1957 and is the 16th Duchess of Fernandina. She first married Rafael Marquez y Osorio(b. 1/4/1949 Madrid), 7th Count of the Torres de Alcorin, on September 16th, 1977, and had two children with him. She secondly married Tomas de Terry y Merello(b. 8/30/1936 Puerto de Santa Maria, Cadiz Province, Spain) on June 25th, 1990, and had two children by that marriage.
  Her younger son is Gabriel Ernesto Gonzalez de Gregorio y Alvarez de Toledo, who was born in 1958.

 While on her deathbed, the 21st Duchess of Medina-Sidonia married her lesbian lover Liliana Maria Dahlmann in a civil ceremony, apparently to snub her children.

 Dona Luisa Isabel was the longtime head of the house of Medina-Sidonia, the most important ducal house in Spain, who had been granted their hereditary title all the way back in 1445. Their principal residence was the Palace of Medina-Sidonia in Sanlucar de Barrameda, Cadiz Province, which houses one of the most important private archives in all Europe.

 Dona Luisa Isabel was an atypical aristocrat, who was presented to Society with the Infanta Pilar de Borbon at the age of 18, yet nevertheless held strong Republican convictions throughout her life. She was also a historian and author in addition to being guardian of the ducal archives at her palace.

 She was imprisoned at Alcala de Henares for participating in anti-Franco protests during the late 1960s. Her political activities during this time led to her being nicknamed "La Duquesa Roja".

 She died shortly after her same-sex marriage in Sanlucar de Barrameda.

She had several noble titles recognized by the Spanish Ministry of Justice: Duchess of Medina-Sidonia, Grandee of Spain(recognized 1957); Marchioness of Villafranca del Bierzo, Grandee of Spain(recognized 1957); Marchioness of Los Velez, Grandee of Spain(recognized 1951)

She had many more titles recognized by the Assembly of Noble Italians: Princess of Montalbano(recognized 1957); Princess of Paterno(recognized 1957); Countess of Sclafani(recognized 1957); Countess of Aderno(recognized 1957); Countess of Caltabellotta(recognized 1957); Countess of Caltaxineta(recognized 1957); Countess of Caltabuturo(recognized 1959); Countess of Collesano(recognized 1962); Marchioness of Calatafimi(recognized 1959); Baroness of Molins del Rey(recognized 1959); Baroness of Santorvi(recognized 1959); Baroness of Biancavilla(recognized 1959)

Her full title was: Her Excellency Dona Luisa Isabel Maria del Carmen Cristina Rosalia Joaquina Alvarez de Toledo y Maura, 21st Duchess of Medina-Sidonia, with Grandee of Spain, 15th Duchess of Fernandina and Princess of Montalban, 17th Marchioness of Villafranca del Bierzo, with Grandee of Spain, 18th Marchioness of Los Velez, with Grandee of Spain, Princess of Montalbano, Princess of Paterno, Countess of Sclafani, Countess of Aderno, Countess of Caltabellotta, Countess of Caltaxineta, Countess of Caltabuturo, Countess of Collesano, Marchioness of Calatafimi, Baroness of Molins del Rey, Baroness of Santorvi, and Baroness of Biancavilla
 
Her Wikipedia article(Note:accents and diacritical marks will be found there. I am sorry I could not put them on this post.): http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Luisa_Isabel_%C3%81lvarez_de_Toledo%2C_21st_Duchess_of_Medina_Sidonia

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Princess Al-Bandari bint Abdul Aziz Al Saud of Saudi Arabia passed away on March 8th, 2008 in Riyadh at the age of 80. She was a sister of His Majesty King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia. She was born in 1928 to King Abdul Aziz Ibn Saud, founder of Saudi Arabia, and his wife Jawhara bint Sa'ad bin Abd al-Muhsin al-Sudairi. She was the wife of Prince Bandar Bin Mohammad Bin AbdulRahman Al-Saud, owner-designate of the Rupali Bank in Bangladesh. She died in the King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Center in Riyadh, and her funeral was held in the Imam Turki bin Abdullah Mosque, also in Riyadh. Conolences were sent to the Saudi Royal Family by Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah, Emir of Kuwait, by Qaboos bin Said, Sultan of Oman, by Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifah, King of Bahrain, by Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifah Al-Thani, Emir of Qatar, and by Shiekh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani, Heir Apparent to the former.


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 His Royal Highness Prince Ferdinand Maria Andrea Alfonso Marcus of Bourbon-Two Sicilies, Duke of Castro, died in France on March 20th, 2008. He was 81.
 He was born to Podzamcze, Poland, to His Royal Highness Prince Rainieri, Duke of Castro(de jure His Majesty King Rainieri I of the Two Sicilies) and his wife, Her Royal Highness Countess Carolina Zamoyska(de jure Her Majesty Queen Carolina of the Two Sicilies) on May 28th, 1926. He lived most of his life in France and even served in the French Armed Forces, becoming the first member of the House of Bourbon-Two Sicilies to do so.
 Upon the abdication of His Majesty King Rainieri in 1966, Prince Ferdinand succeeded as Head of the House of Bourbon-Two Sicilies and became de jure His Majesty King Ferdinando IV of the Two Sicilies. Prince Ferdinand, the Duke of Castro, also served as Grand Master of the Sacred Military Constantinian Order of Saint George and also of the Royal Order of Francis I. He was also decorated with several dynastic and state orders.
 His Majesty King Ferdinand IV married Chantal de Chevron-Villette at Giez, Switzerland, on July 23rd, 1949. Madame de Chevron-Villette thus became by marriage Her Royal Highness Princess Chantal, Duchess of Castro(de jure Her Majesty Queen Chantal of the Two Sicilies). They had two daughters and one son.
  The eldest daughter, Her Royal Highness Princess Beatrice Marie Caroline Louise Francoise of Bourbon-Two Sicilies, who was born at Saint-Raphael, Var, France, on June 16th, 1950, married in Paris on December 19th, 1978 to His Imperial Highness Prince Charles Napoleon, who is as of 2008 the Bonapartist pretender as Napoleon VII, de jure Emperor of the French. They were divorced in 1989, with the marriage having produced two children.
  The younger daughter, Her Royal Highness Princess Anne Marie Caroline Carmen of Bourbon-Two Sicilies, was born at Saint-Raphael, Var, France, on April 24th, 1957. She married Jacques Cochin in Roquebrunne-sur-Argens, on September 9th, 1977, and has two children with him.
 Their only son, His Royal Highness Prince Carlo Maria Bernardo Gennaro of Bourbon-Two Sicilies, Duke of Calabria, was born in Saint-Raphael, Var, France on February 24th, 1963. He married Camilla Crociani(de jure Her Majesty Queen Camilla of Bourbon-Two Sicilies) and has two children with her, Her Royal Highness Princess Maria-Carolina Chantal Edoarda Beatrice Januaria of Bourbon-Two Sicilies(b. 2003), and Her Royal Highness Princess Maria Chiara Amalia Carola Louise Carmen of Bourbon-Two Sicilies(b. 2005).He has begun to call himself HRH Prince Carlo, Duke of Castro, since the death of his father.

The full de jure title of Prince Ferdinand, Duke of Castro, is as follows: His Majesty Ferdinando IV, King of the Two Sicilies, of Jerusalem, etc., Duke of Parma, Piacenza, Castro, etc., Hereditary Grand Prince of Tuscany, etc., Grand Master of the Sacred Military Constantinian Order of Saint George, Grand Master of the Order of Saint Ferdinand and Merit, Grand Master of the Order of Saint Januarius, Grand Master of the Order of Saint George and Reunion, Grand Master of the Royal Order of Francis I, etc., etc. 

The full de jure title of Prince Carlo, Duke of Castro, is as follows: His Majesty Carlo I, King of the Two Sicilies, of Jerusalem, etc., Duke of Parma, Piacenza, Castro, etc., Hereditary Grand Prince of Tuscany, etc., Grand Master of the Sacred Military Constantinian Order of Saint George, Grand Master of the Order of Saint Ferdinand and Merit, Grand Master of the Order of Saint Januarius, Grand Master of the Order of Saint George and Reunion, Grand Master of the Order of Francis I, etc., etc.

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Princess Maryam Farman Farmaian died in Tehran on March 23rd, 2008. She was either 93 or 94 years of age at her death, having been born sometime in 1914. She was the daughter of Prince Abdol Hossein Mirza Farmanfarma and his wife Batoul Khanoum. She was a direct male-line descendant of the Qajar Crown Prince Abbas Mirza, who was her father's grandfather. She was married to Noureddin Kianouri, a hardliner in the communist Tudeh Party of Iran. He was, ironically, the grandson of Sheikh Fazlollah Nouri, a staunch opponent of the Iranian Constitutional Revolution who was hanged in 1909. Princess Maryam was herself a faithful communist, rejecting her family name in favor of that of her grandfather's, Firouz. Her husband was reputed to be one of the masterminds behind the February 4th, 1949, assassination attempt on Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, which forced into hiding during the ensuing police crackdown on the Tudeh Party. She also founded the women's section of the Tudeh Party and was a lifelong feminist.


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Albert William Stallard, Baron Stallard of St. Pancras, died on March 29th, 2008. He was 86. He was born on November 5th, 1921. He served in the House of Commons from 1970 to 1983 as a Labour MP for St. Pancras North, before being passed over during selection for the 1983 general election. After standing down from the Commons, he was created a life peer as Albert William Stallard, Baron Stallard of St. Pancras, in the London Borough of Camden. After being appointed to the House of Lords, he fought continuously for his Catholic principles, and made a name for himself as a staunch conservative. He was a fierce opponent of Tony Blair's government on social issues, at the very least.


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Datuk Teoh Chye Hin died on April 6th, 2008 in Ipoh, Malaysia. He was 94. Based on his age, he was born in either 1913 or 1914, presumably somewhere in present-day Malaysia. He served as the president of Perak FA from 1957 to 1972. While Hin was with the team, Perak FA won the Football Association of Malaysia Cup in 1959, 1964, and 1965. Also under Hin's leadership, Perak FA won the first Malaysia Cup in 1967, repeating its success in 1970 and 1972, after which Hin stepped down as president. From 1962 to 1978, Hin served as the treasurer of the Football Association of Malaysia. Hin first joined the Asian Football Confederation on July 1st, 1969, when he became AFC acting treasurer following the death in a car accident of treasurer H. M. Lee the previous month. He became secretary general of the AFC in October 1974, succeeding his fellow Malaysian Koe Ewe Teik. He served in that position until 1978, when he was succeeded by Datuk Peter Velappan. He remained with the AFC until 2001 as an independent council member, when his failing health forced him into retirement.


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