British music stars died at age 64

Here are 17 famous musicians from United Kingdom died at 64:

Augustus De Morgan

Augustus De Morgan (June 27, 1806 Madurai-March 18, 1871 London) was a British philosopher and mathematician. His children are called William De Morgan and Mary de Morgan.

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John Abercrombie

John Abercrombie (October 12, 1780 Aberdeen-November 14, 1844 Edinburgh) was a British physician and philosopher.

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Olaf Stapledon

Olaf Stapledon (May 10, 1886 Seacombe-September 6, 1950 Caldy) also known as W. Olaf Stapledon or William Olaf Stapledon was a British philosopher, novelist and writer.

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Lady Ottoline Morrell

Lady Ottoline Morrell (June 16, 1873 Royal Tunbridge Wells-April 21, 1938 London) also known as Ottoline Morrell was a British personality.

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Peter Fleming

Peter Fleming (May 31, 1907 London-August 18, 1971 Argyll) also known as Robert Peter Fleming was a British travel writer. He had three children, Lucy Fleming, Nicholas Peter Val Fleming and Kate Fleming.

He died in myocardial infarction.

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Walter Bower

Walter Bower (April 5, 1385 Haddington-December 24, 1449) was a British personality.

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Robin Ray

Robin Ray (September 17, 1934 London-November 29, 1998 Brighton) a.k.a. Robin Olden was a British presenter, actor and musician. He had one child, Rupert Ray.

He died in lung cancer.

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James Barry

James Barry (October 11, 1741 Cork-February 22, 1806) was a British personality.

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Fulton Mackay

Fulton Mackay (August 12, 1922 Paisley-June 6, 1987 London) also known as Fulton Mackay OBE, Aeneas MacBride or William Fulton Beith MacKay was a British actor and playwright.

He died as a result of stomach cancer.

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Alistair MacLean

Alistair MacLean (April 21, 1922 Shettleston-February 2, 1987 Munich) otherwise known as Alistair Stuart MacLean, Ian Stuart or Alastair MacNeill was a British writer, screenwriter, sailor, teacher and author.

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Nigel Gresley

Nigel Gresley (June 19, 1876 Edinburgh-April 5, 1941 Watton-at-Stone) was a British engineer and mechanical engineer.

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Richard Claverhouse Jebb

Richard Claverhouse Jebb (August 27, 1841 Dundee-December 9, 1905 Cambridge) also known as Sir Richard Claverhouse Jebb, OM, MP, FBA, Sir Richard Claverhouse Jebb or R.C. Jebb was a British politician.

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Hugo Young

Hugo Young (October 13, 1938 Sheffield-September 22, 2003) a.k.a. Hugo John Smelter Young was a British journalist. His child is Emily Young.

He died as a result of cancer.

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George Somerset, 3rd Baron Raglan

George Somerset, 3rd Baron Raglan (September 18, 1857-October 24, 1921) was a British personality. He had one child, FitzRoy Somerset, 4th Baron Raglan.

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William Petty

William Petty (May 26, 1623 Romsey-December 16, 1687 London) also known as William Petty, Earl of Shelburne was a British scientist, statistician, economist, physician and philosopher.

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Stephen Kemble

Stephen Kemble (April 21, 1758 Kington-June 5, 1822 Durham, England) was a British actor. He had one child, Henry Stephen Kemble.

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William Nassau de Zuylestein, 4th Earl of Rochford

William Nassau de Zuylestein, 4th Earl of Rochford (September 17, 1717-September 29, 1781) was a British groom of the stool and diplomat.

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