|Also Known As: ||
||May 26, 1966
||Cause of Death:
||London, England, GB
RATE AND COMMENT
|| Herbert Henry Asquith. Statesman. Was Liberal Party prime minister in England.
|| Anthony Asquith. Director, screenwriter. Made such famous and acclaimed English features as "Pygmalion" (1938), "Quiet Wedding" (1940), "The Browning Version" (1950) and "The Importance of Being Earnest" (1952).
|| Violet Bonham Carter.
|| Raymond Bonham Carter. Former merchant banker. Was alternate UK director representing the Bank of England at the International Monetary Fund in Washington, DC for two years in the 1960s; became ill when Bonham Carter was around 10 years old; suffered a stroke while undergoing an operation to remove a benign brain tumor; subsequently confined to a wheelchair; died on Jan 18, 2004, he was 74.
|| Elena Bonham Carter. Psychotherapist. Half-Spanish, half-French; reportedly had a nervous breakdown when Bonham Carter was five years old.
|| Thomas Bonham Carter. Banker, former soldier. Served in the Irish Guards; older.
|| Edward Bonham Carter. Merchant banker. Older.
|| Billy Raymond Burton. Born October 4, 2003 in London; father is Tim Burton.