Denison, Michael b. November 1, 1915 d. July 22, 1998 British Actor. Considered by many to be the epitome of the quintessential English gentleman on screen. A pupil of Harrow, he first accquired the acting bug whilst at Oxford University. He married fellow Actor Dulcie Gray in 1939, a partership which would last for no less than 59 years, until his death in 1998. He made his screen debut that same year with an uncredited role in "Inspector Honleigh on Holiday" (1939). After serving with British Intelligence during World War Two, he began appearing...[Read More] (Bio by: s.canning) St John the Evangelist Churchyard, Langrish, East Hampshire District, Hampshire, England Plot: To left of church entrance.
Robinson, Eric Gascoigne b. May 16, 1882 d. August 20, 1965 British Victoria Cross Recipient. He was born in Greenwich, South-East London, the son of a clergyman. In 1897, he joined "HMS Britannia" as a cadet. During the First World War, he served in the Dardenelles Campaign on board "HMS Vengeance", having reached the rank of Lieutenant Commander. On February 26, 1915, he was in charge of a demolition party which landed at Kum Kale. They were held up by enemy fire from the Turks. Robinson ordered his crew to remain where they were, as their white...[Read More] (Bio by: Iain MacFarlaine) St John the Evangelist Churchyard, Langrish, East Hampshire District, Hampshire, England