Frost, Sir. David b. April 7, 1939 d. August 31, 2013 Journalist. He made a name for himself internationally in 1977, when he conducted a series of in-depth interviews with former American President Richard Nixon. This was the inspiration for the 2008 Academy Award nominated film "Frost/Nixon". Born David Paradine Frost, his father was a Methodist minister, David was in the process of following the elder Frost's path to a career in religion, when he changed his direction and attained an English degree from Cambridge University. It would be while...[Read More] (Bio by: C.S.) Holy Trinity Churchyard, Nuffield, South Oxfordshire District, Oxfordshire, England
Morris, William b. October 10, 1877 d. August 22, 1963 Businessman. He was the founder of the Morris Motor Company and a philanthropist. He started his career in a bicycle shop but his genius for business led him to found Morris Motors which made him a multi-millionaire. He retired from the company's chairmanship in 1952. He was married to Elizabeth Ansley on the 9 April 1904 - there were no children, and as a result he dispersed a large part of his fortune to charitable causes. He founded the Nuffield Foundation in 1943 with an endowment of 10...[Read More] (Bio by: s.canning) Holy Trinity Churchyard, Nuffield, South Oxfordshire District, Oxfordshire, England Plot: Plain blue-slate slab at the south-east corner of the church marks his grave.