British music stars deceased in Liver tumour

Here are 3 famous musicians from United Kingdom died in Liver tumour:

H. G. Wells

H. G. Wells (September 21, 1866 Bromley-August 13, 1946 Regent's Park) a.k.a. H.G. Wells, Herbert George Wells, Septimus Browne, Sosthenes Smith, Walter Shockenhammer, HG Wells, The Man Who Invented Tomorrow, Herbert George "H. G." Wells or H.G. Wells' 'The Invisible Man' was a British writer, novelist, historian, teacher and journalist. He had four children, G. P. Wells, Frank Wells, Anna-Jane Wells and Anthony West.

Wells was known for his influential work in the science fiction genre, including popular novels such as "The Time Machine," "War of the Worlds," and "The Island of Doctor Moreau." He also wrote about social issues and politics, advocating for progressive ideas such as women's suffrage and a globalized political system. In addition to his literary career, Wells served as a teacher and government advisor. He was a member of the Fabian Society, a socialist organization that aimed to promote social justice and equality, and later became a prominent advocate for human rights. Wells' writing continues to be celebrated today for its imaginative storytelling and profound social commentary.

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Alec Guinness

Alec Guinness (April 2, 1914 Maida Vale-August 5, 2000 Midhurst) a.k.a. Alec Guinness de Cuffe, Alec Guiness, Sir Alec Guinness, Mystery Guest Star or Sir Alec Guinness, CH, CBE was a British actor. He had one child, Matthew Guinness.

His albums: Classics for Children.

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Ruby Murray

Ruby Murray (March 29, 1935 Belfast-December 17, 1996 Torquay) also known as Murray, Ruby was a British singer and actor.

Her albums include It's Love That Counts / Ways and Means and Happy Days and Lonely Nights. Her related genres: Traditional pop music.

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