Who's who March 16 - 21

PUBLISHED: 15:19 15 March 2006 | UPDATED: 14:36 12 May 2010

THURSDAY MARCH 16 Deaths: William Henry Beveridge, creator of the Welfare State, 1963; Tammi Terrell, singer, 1970. FRIDAY MARCH 17 Deaths: Lawrence Oates, polar explorer, 1912; Ronnie Kray, gangland boss, 1995; Rod Hull, entertainer, 1999; John Phillips

THURSDAY MARCH 16 Deaths: William Henry Beveridge, creator of the Welfare State, 1963; Tammi Terrell, singer, 1970. FRIDAY MARCH 17 Deaths: Lawrence Oates, polar explorer, 1912; Ronnie Kray, gangland boss, 1995; Rod Hull, entertainer, 1999; John Phillips, creator of the Mamas and Papas, 2001. SATURDAY MARCH 18 Deaths: Robert Walpole, British Prime Minister, 1745; Percy Thrower, garden expert, 1988. SUNDAY MARCH 19 Deaths: Arthur James Balfour, Prime Minister, 1930; Edgar Rice Burroughs, creator of Tarzan, 1950; Richard Beckinsale, actor, 1979; Jimmy Scoular, Newcastle United legend, 1998; John Delorean, car designer, 2005. MONDAY MARCH 20 Deaths: Issac Newton, scientist, 1727. TUESDAY MARCH 21 Deaths: Thomas Cranmer, Archbishop of Canterbury, 1556; Harry H Corbett, from Steptoe and Son, 1982; Sir Michael Redgrave, actor, 1985; Ernie Wise, part of Morcambe and Wise, 1999. WEDNESDAY MARCH 21 Deaths: Thomas Hughes, author of Tom Brown's Schooldays, 1896; Mike Todd, Hollywood producer, 1958; Terry Lloyd, ITN war correspondent, 2003.

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