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Who's Who listings

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trekbat:

One for local historians with an eye to the future (as tomorrow today will be yesterday - and therefore history) - there are seven people listed with BP addresses in Who's Who.

It's also worth noting that Grant Shapps' entry gives his Parliamentary office as his address so it is by no means a comprehensive listing.

Sadly, three of the seven are deceased.

sasquartch:
To save us looking, can you name them ?

trekbat:

Happy to do so but in the interests of privacy and not wishing to unnecessarily embarrass anyone perhaps the site administrators could provide some guidance beforehand.

trekbat:

Having given the matter some thought, rather than post what may be sensitive information here, those who are genuinely interested can access Who's Who through the HCC Online reference library (some of the databases there can be accessed via personal computers / web enabled mobiles but you will need to be a registered library user to log in)


https://beta.hertfordshire.gov.uk/services/libraries-and-archives/books-and-reading/reference-library-online/reference-library-online.aspx

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