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 Parish 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) Nuffield, 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.