British music stars died at age 59

Here are 10 famous musicians from United Kingdom died at 59:

William Jardine

William Jardine (February 24, 1784 Dumfriesshire-February 27, 1843) was a British surgeon.

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Adrian Conan Doyle

Adrian Conan Doyle (November 19, 1910 Crowborough-June 3, 1970 Geneva) also known as Adrian Malcolm Conan Doyle or Adrian Malcolm was a British writer, screenwriter and race car driver.

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Robin Cook

Robin Cook (February 28, 1946 Bellshill-August 6, 2005 Inverness) also known as Robert Finlayson Cook was a British politician.

He died in cardiovascular disease.

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Charles Bowen, Baron Bowen

Charles Bowen, Baron Bowen (January 1, 1835-April 10, 1894) was a British lawyer and judge.

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David Kelly

David Kelly (May 14, 1944 Rhondda-July 17, 2003 Oxfordshire) was a British scientist.

He died in suicide.

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Harriette Wilson

Harriette Wilson (February 22, 1786 Mayfair, London-March 10, 1845 Chelsea) a.k.a. Harriette Dubouchet was a British poet, courtesan and memoirist.

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Hubert Bland

Hubert Bland (January 3, 1855 Woolwich-April 14, 1914) was a British personality.

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Robert Williams Buchanan

Robert Williams Buchanan (August 18, 1841 Caverswall-June 10, 1901 Streatham) a.k.a. Robert Buchanan was a British novelist.

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Constance Markievicz

Constance Markievicz (February 4, 1868 Buckingham Gate-July 15, 1927 Sir Patrick Dun's Hospital) also known as <bold>Constance Georgine, Countess Markiewicz</bold> was a British politician.

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Robert Darcy, 4th Earl of Holderness

Robert Darcy, 4th Earl of Holderness (May 17, 1718 Kingdom of Great Britain-May 16, 1778) was a British politician and diplomat.

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