Here are 10 famous musicians from United Kingdom died at 55:
J. H. C. Whitehead (November 11, 1904 Chennai-May 8, 1960 Princeton) was a British mathematician.
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John Douglas, 9th Marquess of Queensberry (July 20, 1844 Florence-January 31, 1900 London) was a British politician. His children are called Francis Douglas, Viscount Drumlanrig, Lord Alfred Douglas and Percy Douglas, 10th Marquess of Queensberry.
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Charles Kingsley (June 12, 1819 Holne-January 23, 1875 Eversley) was a British writer, novelist, author, professor, historian and clergy. He had one child, Lucas Malet.
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John Smith (September 13, 1938 Ardrishaig-May 12, 1994 St Bartholomew's Hospital) was a British politician. He had one child, Sarah Smith.
He died in myocardial infarction.
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Thomas Barnes (September 11, 1785-May 7, 1841) was a British journalist.
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Kate Greenaway (March 17, 1846 London-November 6, 1901 Frognal) was a British illustrator and children's book illustrator.
She died caused by breast cancer.
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William Adams (September 24, 1564 Gillingham-May 16, 1620 Hirado) was a British sailor and maritime pilot.
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Llewelyn Powys (August 13, 1884 Dorchester, Dorset-December 2, 1939) also known as Llewellyn Powys was a British writer.
He died in tuberculosis.
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Prince Arthur of Connaught (January 13, 1883 Windsor Castle-September 12, 1938 London) was a British personality. He had one child, Alastair, 2nd Duke of Connaught and Strathearn.
He died as a result of stomach cancer.
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Mo Mowlam (September 18, 1949 Watford-August 19, 2005 Canterbury) a.k.a. Marjorie Mowlam was a British politician.
She died as a result of brain tumor.
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