Here are 21 famous musicians from England died at 71:
Leslie Stephen (November 28, 1832 London-February 22, 1904 Kensington) otherwise known as Sir Leslie Stephen was an English writer and mountaineer. His child is called Virginia Woolf.
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Johnny Haynes (October 17, 1934 Kentish Town-October 18, 2005 Edinburgh) was an English personality.
He died as a result of traffic collision.
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Edward Bairstow (July 22, 1874 Huddersfield-May 1, 1946 York) also known as Edward C. Bairstow, Sir Edward Bairstow or Bairstow, Sir Edward was an English organist.
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Henry Sewell (September 7, 1807 Newport, Isle of Wight-May 14, 1879 Cambridge) was an English lawyer.
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Peter Redgrove (January 2, 1932 Kingston upon Thames-June 16, 2003) also known as Peter William Redgrove was an English poet, novelist, writer and playwright.
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Peter Pratt (March 21, 1923 Eastbourne-January 11, 1995 London) a.k.a. Peter William Pratt was an English singer and actor.
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Lancelot Andrewes (July 16, 1555 All Hallows-by-the-Tower-September 25, 1626 Southwark) was an English personality.
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Larry Grayson (August 31, 1923 Banbury-January 7, 1995 Nuneaton) was an English presenter and comedian.
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Dorothy Tennant (March 22, 1855 London-October 5, 1926) also known as Dorothy Tennant Stanley, Lady Stanley or Dorothy Stanley was an English artist, painter and visual artist.
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Henry Francis Cary (December 6, 1772 Gibraltar-August 14, 1844 Bloomsbury) also known as Henry Francis Cary or Henry Cary was an English author and translator.
He died as a result of myocardial infarction.
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Angela Baddeley (July 4, 1904 West Ham-February 22, 1976 Grayshott) also known as Madeline Angela Clinton-Baddeley or Angela Baddeley CBE was an English actor. Her child is Juliet Shaw.
She died as a result of pneumonia.
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R. T. Stanyforth (May 30, 1892 Chelsea-February 21, 1964 Kirk Hammerton) otherwise known as Lieutenant-Colonel Ronald Thomas Stanyforth was an English cricketer and military officer.
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Edwin Dodgson (June 30, 1846 Croft-on-Tees-January 3, 1918 Guildford) also known as Edwin Heron Dodgson was an English cleric.
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G. O. Smith (November 25, 1872 Surrey-December 6, 1943 Lymington) was an English personality.
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Sidney Styler (August 26, 1908-January 27, 1980) was an English personality.
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Dorothy Tutin (April 8, 1930 London-August 6, 2001 Midhurst) a.k.a. Dame Dorothy Tutin or Dame Dorothy Tutin CBE was an English actor. She had two children, Amanda Waring and Nick Waring.
She died caused by leukemia.
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Georgette Heyer (August 16, 1902 Wimbledon-July 4, 1974 London) was an English author, writer and novelist.
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Doug Lishman (September 14, 1923 Birmingham-December 1, 1994) was an English personality.
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George Hudson (March 10, 1800 Howsham, North Yorkshire-December 14, 1871) was an English personality.
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Alfred Scott-Gatty (April 26, 1847 South Yorkshire-December 18, 1918 London) was an English personality.
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Richard Westall (January 2, 1765 Reepham-December 4, 1836) was an English painter, illustrator and teacher.
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