Here are 8 famous musicians from England died at 47:
Simonds d'Ewes (December 18, 1602 Milden, Suffolk-April 18, 1650) was an English writer.
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Anne Oldfield (April 5, 1683 London-October 23, 1730) was an English actor.
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Peter Bellamy (September 8, 1944 Norfolk-September 24, 1991) also known as Bellamy, Peter was an English singer.
His discography includes: Peter Bellamy Sings The Barrack Room Ballads of Rudyard Kipling, Merlin's Isle of Gramarye, The Transports, Oak, Ash & Thorn and .
He died as a result of suicide.
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Edward Bird (April 5, 1772 Wolverhampton-November 2, 1819) was an English personality.
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Charlotte Charke (January 13, 1713 London-April 6, 1760) a.k.a. Charles Brown, Charlotte Secheverell or Charlotte Cibber was an English writer, novelist, playwright and actor.
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Phil Carrick (July 16, 1952 Armley-January 11, 2000 East Morton) was an English cricketer.
He died as a result of leukemia.
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Thomas Vaux, 2nd Baron Vaux of Harrowden (April 25, 1509-October 1, 1556) was an English poet.
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Arthur Shrewsbury (April 11, 1856 Lenton, Nottingham-May 19, 1903 Gedling) was an English personality.
He died caused by suicide.
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