Talk:Noel Jones (diplomat)

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>his premature death in 1995, at the age of 44.


This isn't a neutral point of view, old chap. Whether his death was or was not premature is purely a matter of opinion.

I meant "premature" in the sense of "before the onset of old age". 44 is middle-aged, so he wasn't really old. But I have no objection to the removal of the word; it was redundant, after all. -- Oliver P. 20:39 Mar 2, 2003 (UTC)

Noel Jones's family emigrated to England while he was still a young boy, and for a time lived with Frederick and Dorothy Borrett, Dorothy having been a relative of Noel's mother.

I'm removing this, because to be honest it's not easily verifiable. (It's information I got from personal correspondence with various people.) Well, I'll have to leave in something about him coming to England, because otherwise the following bit won't make sense. -- Oliver P. 19:12 4 Jun 2003 (UTC)

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