Here are 17 famous musicians from United Kingdom died at 68:
Victor Albert Bailey (December 18, 1895 Alexandria-December 7, 1964 Geneva) was a British physicist.
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Kathleen Lonsdale (January 28, 1903 Newbridge, County Kildare-April 1, 1971 London) was a British chemist and crystallographer.
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William Westall (October 12, 1781 Hertford-January 22, 1850 Hampstead) was a British personality.
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Joshua Reynolds (July 16, 1723 Plympton-February 23, 1792 Richmond, London) a.k.a. Sir Joshua Reynolds was a British artist, painter and visual artist.
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Edward VII (November 9, 1841 Buckingham Palace-May 6, 1910 Buckingham Palace) was a British personality. He had six children, George V, Princess Victoria of the United Kingdom, Prince Albert Victor, Duke of Clarence and Avondale, Prince Alexander John of Wales, Maud of Wales and Louise, Princess Royal.
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William Clowes (January 1, 1779-January 26, 1847) was a British personality.
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Merle Oberon (February 19, 1911 Mumbai-November 23, 1979 Malibu) a.k.a. Estelle Merle O'Brien Thompson, Estelle Merle Thompson, Obie, Queenie O'Brien, Queenie Thompson, Queenie, Estelle "Queenie" Thompson, "Queenie Thompson", "Obie", Princess Merle, Lady Korda, Estelle Merle Oberon or Istel Merle O 'Brian Thompson was a British actor and film producer. Her children are Bruno Pagliai Jr. and Francesca Pagliai.
She died as a result of stroke.
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David Binning Monro (November 16, 1836 Edinburgh-August 22, 1905 Heiden) was a British personality.
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William Thornton (May 20, 1759 Jost Van Dyke-March 28, 1828) also known as Dr William Thornton was a British architect.
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Edward Augustus Freeman (August 2, 1823 Harborne-March 16, 1892 Alicante) otherwise known as Edward A. Freeman or E. A. Freeman was a British personality.
He died as a result of smallpox.
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Hugh Childers (June 25, 1827 London-January 29, 1896 London) was a British personality.
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Stafford Northcote, 1st Earl of Iddesleigh (October 27, 1818 London-January 12, 1887 London) was a British personality.
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Henry Fox, 1st Baron Holland (September 28, 1705-July 1, 1774 Holland House) was a British politician. His child is called Stephen Fox, 2nd Baron Holland.
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Charles Fremantle (June 1, 1800 United Kingdom-May 25, 1869) a.k.a. Charles Howe Fremantle was a British personality.
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Frederick Browning (October 20, 1896 Kensington-March 14, 1965 Menabilly) also known as Lieutenant-General Sir Frederick Arthur Montague Browning GCVO, KBE, CB, DSO, Boy, Tommy or Lt. Gen. Sir Frederick A. M. Browning was a British military officer. He had three children, Tessa Browning, Flavia Tower and Christian Frederick Browning.
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Joseph Williamson (July 25, 1633 Bridekirk-October 3, 1701 Cobham) was a British personality.
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James Edward Smith (December 2, 1759 Norwich-March 17, 1828 Norwich) was a British botanist.
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